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Northwich Victoria hope to keep up pursuit of Premier Division leaders by beating Whitby Town

Northwich Guardian: Whitby v Vics: preview Whitby v Vics: preview

Whitby Town v Northwich Victoria (Kick off 3pm)
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division

Venue The Turnbull Ground, Upgang Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3HZ
Away Travel Adults £14, Concessions (NUS/NVST members/OAP) £12 (Leaves Memorial Hall at 10am)
Admission Adults £8, Concessions (NUS/OAP) £5, U16s £2
Odds (bet365) Whitby 4/1, Draw 14/5, Vics 8/15
Previous Meeting Whitby 2 Vics 4 (April 22, 2011)

Whitby (from) Liversedge (GK), David Campbell (GK), Burgess, Hassan, Leeson, Lyth, Robinson, White, Beadle, McTiernan, Portas, Smith, Williams, Appleby, Clarke, Mulligan
Doubtful Hassan (calf), Williams (hamstring)
Injured Andy Campbell (knee), Hugill (knee)
Suspended none
Disciplinary (to end of February 2012) Y42 R3
Top scorer Jimmy Beadle, Jamie Clarke (both 6)
Form (Past six home in league) L W L D W L
Record (Home) P17 W2 D6 L9 F25 A38 Pt12
Record (Overall) Pos20 P34 W8 D9 L17 F45 A70 Pts33

Vics (from) Hinchliffe (GK), Collins, Disney, Law, Short, Smyth, Abbott, Armstrong, Fitzpatrick, Roddy, Woolfe, Budrys, Clarke, Johnson, Evans, Wade
Doubtful none
Injured Riley (n/k)
Suspended Field (two matches), Kearney (one match)
Disciplinary (to end of February 2012) Y43 R4
Top scorer Wayne Riley (17)
Form (Past six away in league) W L W D W D
Record (Away) P17 W12 D3 L2 F34 A17 Pt39
Record (Overall) Pos2 P34 W22 D7 L5 F62 A33 Pts70 (three points deducted)

Match pointers
THE Premier Division’s best travellers, Northwich Victoria, hope to continue their pursuit of Cheshire neighbours Chester by beating Whitby tomorrow.

But they will have to do so without key men Ian Kearney and Tom Field, both banned, plus top scorer Wayne Riley.

Vics have won more games – 12 – on the road than any of their rivals this term, while only fellow promotion-hopefuls FC United have hit the net more times.

They have won seven of nine matches on the road at teams in the table’s bottom half, a record matched by Marine.

Hosts Whitby have won only twice in front of their own fans this term, failing to shut out any of the teams in the standings’ top half at the Turnbull.

Only Burscough have conceded more goals on their home pitch too.

However Darren Williams’ men have improved since the turn of the year, winning four of their past six league encounters including each of the past two.

Defender Ibby Hassan expects to shake off a calf injury to play, but strike pair Andy Campbell and Jordan Hugill (both knee) are longer term absentees.

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10:40am Tue 27 Mar 12

WHS says...

Failed!!! Better luck next season at Skelmersdale. Why would anyone go to watch Vics at Skelmersdale? The whole sorry saga is a joke.
WHS.
Failed!!! Better luck next season at Skelmersdale. Why would anyone go to watch Vics at Skelmersdale? The whole sorry saga is a joke. WHS. WHS
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12:04pm Tue 27 Mar 12

jamo says...

WHS wrote:
Failed!!! Better luck next season at Skelmersdale. Why would anyone go to watch Vics at Skelmersdale? The whole sorry saga is a joke.
WHS.
Why are you bothered?
Toddle along with all the other trolls back to the WAFC forum.
[quote][p][bold]WHS[/bold] wrote: Failed!!! Better luck next season at Skelmersdale. Why would anyone go to watch Vics at Skelmersdale? The whole sorry saga is a joke. WHS.[/p][/quote]Why are you bothered? Toddle along with all the other trolls back to the WAFC forum. jamo
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