MATCH PREVIEW: Info Ahead Of Saturday’s Away Match Vs Hednesford Town

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Ahead of Saturday’s away league match versus Hednesford Town (3:00 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…

ADMISSION

Gates open at 1.00pm. Bars open & food available. Chase Suite Bar and Strikers Bar available for the general public.

Adults – £10.00
Concessions – £7.00 (Student showing NUS card, over 60s, disabled (inc Carer) and 16-18 year olds)
Children  £3.00 (0-15 year olds)

Family Tickets
1 Adult and 1 Child – £11.00
1 Adult and 2 Children – £12.00
Family Ticket (2 Adults and 2 Children) – £22.00

ADDRESS

PRG Stadium, Keys Park Road, Hednesford, WS12 2DZ.

COVID-19 arrangements

To read’s Hednesford’s current COVID-19 arrangements, which include segregation info, click here.

KIT FOR THIS MATCH

We will be wearing this season’s green away kit for this match.

LIVE UPDATES

Via our Twitter (@SportingFC), Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and Instagram (rouslersofficial).

Twitter will be more in-depth than Facebook and Instagram.

LAST TIMES WE MET

To take a look at the report of our most recent encounter versus Hednesford Town, which was a league cup match in September, click here.

To read the report of the reverse fixture at the Victoria Ground, from September, click here.

MANAGEMENT PREVIEW

Manager Gavin Hurren’s preview of the game can be read here.

OPPOSITION

  • Hednesford Town are currently 9th in the league, with 27 points from their 20 games (W7 D6 L7).
  • They have played 11 home league games, winning four, drawing four and losing three.
  • In these 10 games, they have scored 21 and conceded 17.
  • Despite their decent home record, they have lost three of their last four home league matches (Banbury United 2-3, Coalville 0-2, AFC Rushden & Diamonds 2-3).
  • The other match from that four was a win (their second most recent league home match) which was a resounding 4-0 victory over Leiston.
  • That Leiston win ended a five match run in the league without a win (D1 L4). As well as the Coalville and AFC Rushden & Diamonds defeats, the Pitmen lost on the road to Peterborough Sports (4-1) and Royston Town (2-0) and drew away to Nuneaton Borough (1-1). The Banbury defeat took place this Tuesday and was their most recent match. To summarise, they’ve won one in their last seven league matches.
  • Every league game Hednesford have played in this season has had two or more goals in it…. except one – a 1-0 win at Alvechurch way back on 21st August.

If you are making the trip, we thank you and salute you! You really will give us that boost, as we look to extend our unbeaten league run to eight. You are always superb on the road and we look forward to seeing you there! Remember, please stay safe too!

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