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Frickley Athletic protect five-match unbeaten run on home turf when Witton Albion visit
Frickley Athletic v Witton Albion (Kick off 3pm)
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division
Venue Westfield Lane, South Elmsall, West Yorkshire WF9 2EQ
Admission Adults £9, Concessions (NUS/OAP) £6, Under 16s £3
Odds (bet365) Frickley 6/5, Draw 13/5, Witton 13/8
Last season Frickley 0 Witton 2 (Northern Premier League Premier Division, April 27 2013)
Frickley (from) Hitchcock (GK), Levers (GK), Denton, Steve Gardner, Jeffs, Stratford, Villerman, Wilcox, Bloor, Collishaw, Davies, Ghaichem, Kenny, Mirfin, Picton, Tyler, Allott, Fearon, Hinsley, Paczkowski
Injured Simpson (GK) (knee), Woodhead (GK) (groin)
Disciplinary record Y54 R5
Leading scorer Gavin Allott (23)
Form (Past six home in league) D D D W W L
Record (home) P15 W6 D5 L4 F24 A19 Pts23
Record (overall) Pos19 P28 W7 D10 L11 F41 A47 Pts31
Witton (from) Cooper (GK), Bodie, Brown, Anthony Gardner, Harrison, Moyo, Andrews, Ashworth, Breeze, Crofts, Dawson, Hancock, Jackson, Powell, Moseley, Simm
Doubtful Crofts (ill), Moyo (ankle)
Injured Sheehan (knee), Thompson (ankle)
Suspended Bakkor (two matches), Plant
Disciplinary record Y47 R3
Leading scorer Josh Hancock (11)
Form (Past six away in league) D L L D L D
Record (away) P12 W2 D5 L5 F15 A22 Pts11
Record (overall) Pos21 P24 W7 D5 L12 F35 A37 Pts26
WITTON, winners in the Doodson Sport League Cup in midweek, hope to end this weekend a five-match sequence without a victory in the Premier Division.
Brian Pritchard’s men have savoured a success away from Wincham Park since beating Worksop Town back in October, a run of half a dozen games.
They have though won at Westfield Lane on two of their past three visits.
Front man Scott Bakkor serves a two-match suspension as punishment for being cautioned 10 times this term, though Chris Simm – who scored his first goal for the club in Tuesday’s 4-1 win at Chorley – is available again.
Cliff Moyo (ankle) limped off against the Magpies, while Josh Crofts missed the contest through illness. Both are doubts.
Hosts Frickley had been unbeaten in six league encounters before losing at Marine last weekend.
They have though avoided defeat in their past five outings on home turf, a sequence that started in November, losing only one of six head-to-heads there against teams from the table’s bottom half.
Joe Wilcox and Matty Bloor return on Saturday after sitting out the trip to Merseyside with bans, while manager Karl Rose will hope to call again on Joe Kenny and Ollie Fearon after they missed that game.
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