Witton Albion seek to extend unbeaten league run by beating Warrington Town

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Witton Albion v Warrington Town (Kick off 7.45pm)
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North

Venue Help for Heroes Stadium
Admission Adults £8.50, Concessions £5.50, U15s £3, Armed Forces personnel (with valid ID) Free
Last season Witton 1 Warrington 1 (August 30, 2010)

Witton (from) Cooper (GK), Booth, Harrison, Gardner, Glover, Wood, Andrews, Cross, Hancock, James, Schofield, Sheehan, Woolley, Buchan, Gahgan, Newman, Stott, Titchiner
Doubtful Newman (hamstring)
Injured none
Suspended none
Disciplinary (up to end March 2012) Y29 R5
Top scorer Alex Titchiner (35)
Form (Past six home in league) W D W D W L
Record (Home) P19 W12 D2 L5 F44 A23 Pts38
Record (Overall) Pos3 P38 W25 D5 L8 F88 A42 Pts80

Warrington (from) Paul Pritchard (GK), Michael Jackson, Nick Jackson, Roberts, Tomlinson, Hamid, Heald, Kinsella, O’Brien, Reid, Shipton, Williams, Wright, Anderson, Glass, Hardwick, Thompson, Townson
Doubtful Kinsella (hamstring)
Injured none
Suspended none
Disciplinary (up to end March 2012) Y60 R8
Top scorer Anthony Hickey (17) NB. Now at Skelmersdale United
Form (Past six away in league) D L L L L D
Record (Away) P19 W7 D4 L8 F27 A33 Pts25
Record (Overall) Pos9 P39 W17 D9 L13 F68 A60 Pts60

Match pointers
WITTON Albion seek a league double over their Cheshire neighbours later today to continue their pursuit of Curzon Ashton for second spot in the standings.

Brian Pritchard’s men extended their unbeaten run to 11 matches in Evo-Stik NPL Division One North following Saturday’s 2-1 win at Lancaster City, their best run of form in the league this term.

The Witton boss may shuffle his pack with another match to follow at Cammell Laird on Friday, leaving Ashley Stott and Matthew Cross on stand-by.

Front man Liam Newman (hamstring) continues to convalesce after injury.

New Warrington boss Shaun Reid celebrated his first win after a weekend success at home to Ossett Town, but his start has been a mixed one with a draw and a defeat – by 7-1 at Durham City – the outcome of his two other games in charge.

The Yellows are without an away win in their past six attempts too.

Midfielder Gerard Kinsella limped out of Saturday’s 2-0 win after damaging a hamstring, otherwise Town have a full strength team to pick from.

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2:08pm Mon 9 Apr 12

WHS says...

How nice to discuss a match that does matter. A win and Witton can finish no lower than 3rd guaranteeing at least one home game in the play offs. If Curzon slip up Witton can still gain 2nd guaranteeing two home games if they win the first one. We take nothing for granted and we don't expect someone else to bale us out, we win or lose under our won steam using our own money, not someone else's!!
WHS.
How nice to discuss a match that does matter. A win and Witton can finish no lower than 3rd guaranteeing at least one home game in the play offs. If Curzon slip up Witton can still gain 2nd guaranteeing two home games if they win the first one. We take nothing for granted and we don't expect someone else to bale us out, we win or lose under our won steam using our own money, not someone else's!! WHS. WHS

5:00pm Tue 10 Apr 12

WHS says...

The "Non League" version of Barcelona destroyed Warrington 5-0. Titch is our very own Lionel Messi!!!
WHS.
The "Non League" version of Barcelona destroyed Warrington 5-0. Titch is our very own Lionel Messi!!! WHS. WHS

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