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

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

ADMISSION

Ticket info can be read here

ADDRESS

Love Rd, Lowestoft NR32 2PA

KIT FOR THIS MATCH

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

FA CUP TICKETS

If you are a season ticket holder, flexi season ticket holder or Sporting Chance player who is going to the game and wants a ticket(s) for our Emirates FA Cup game versus Grimsby Town, find our football secretary Dave Stephens at the match and give him your details.

If you are not going to the Lowestoft game and want to buy tickets for the Grimsby Town game, click here for details.

LIVE UPDATES

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

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

A decision has yet to be made on Goalshouter coverage for this match

LAST TIMES WE MET

To take a look at some of our recent encounters against Lowestoft Town, click here

OPPOSITION

  • 2020/21 season (at point of expunging). 14/22. P7 W2 D3 L2.
  • 2019/20 season (at point of expunging). 16/22. P33 W13 D2 L18.
  • Lowestoft Town are currently 18th in the league, with seven points from their first nine games (W2 D1 L6).
  • They have played four home games, winning two (Stratford Town 2-0 & Alvechurch 3-2) and losing two (Rushall Olympic 2-3 & Barwell 0-3)
  • The Stratford win was their most recent home league match. Their most recent away league match (which is the last league game they played) was a 2-0 defeat to Hednesford Town.
  • With 24 goals conceded in nine games, they have conceded the most goals in the league. The only other teams to have conceded more than 20 goals are Nuneaton Borough (23 goals) and St. Ives Town (22 goals). Both these teams have played 10 games.
  • They’ve conceded eight and scored seven in four home games to date.
  • Striker Jake Reed is the league’s top scorer (tied with five other players) with seven goals.

If you are making the long trip to Suffolk, we thank you and salute you! You really will give us that boost as we look to make it just one defeat in 11 matches with another win! If you are a season ticket holder, flexi season ticket holder or Sporting Chance player who is going to the game and wants a ticket(s) for our Emirates FA Cup game versus Grimsby Town, find our football secretary Dave Stephens at the match and give him your details.

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