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

Ahead of our away league match versus Tamworth on Saturday (3:00 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…

ADMISSION (TURNSTILES OPEN 1:30. No segregation)

The Online Admission Prices are:

Adults – £12

Concessions – £8

16/17-Year-Olds – £4

Juniors – £2 (Juniors are ages 4-15)

U3s – Free 

* There is an Admin Fee of 95p for online bookings

* There is a £2.00 Upgrade Fee for anyone wishing to sit in the Main Stand

Match Day Ticket Office Admission Prices are:

Adults – £13

Concessions – £9

16/17-Year-Olds – £5

Juniors – £3

U3s – Free

The ticketing platform can be found by following https://thelambs.ktckts.com.

TRAVEL DETAILS

Click here for travel details.

KIT FOR THIS MATCH

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

PARKING CHARGES

There is a £10 charge for Supporters Coaches, £5 for Minibuses and £2 for Cars. 

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 from the last time we met, that being the reverse fixture at the Victoria Ground in November, click here.

To take a look at all other previous encounters versus Tamworth, click here.

OPPOSITION

  • Tamworth are currently 16th in the league, with 33 points from their 29 games (W9 D6 L14).
  • They have played 14 home league games, winning five , drawing three and losing six.
  • In these 14 games, they have scored 24 and conceded 19.
  • Across each team’s last ten league matches, only Lowestoft (25) and St Ives (21) have conceded more than Tamworth (19).
  • Across each team’s last ten home league matches, no team has a worse record than Tamworth, with eight points and nine goals. Only Nuneaton have scored fewer across that same period of matches (6).
  • However, these somewhat average stats only tells half the story. Tamworth are currently on a three match unbeaten run (Alvechurch 1-1 H, Barwell 6-0 H, Hitchin 1-1 A).
  • The Barwell and Hitchin matches were the first two under new manager Andy Peaks, who joined The Lambs from AFC Rushden & Diamonds. The Alvechurch draw was under an interim management team.
  • These matches suggest something of an upturn of form, even if it is small at the moment. Prior to those three matches, in the league, they were on a losing streak of five and had only won one match in 14- amassing just five points in this period (Royston 2-0 H, Biggleswade Town 2-2 A, and Bromsgrove 1-1 A).
  • So, they have amassed the same amount of points in their last three matches, as their 14 previous to those.
  • Across every side’s last five league matches, only Rushall (15), Needham Market (11), Coalville (10) and Banbury (9) have scored more than Tamworth (8).
  • James Hurst has scored in both of Tamworth’s last two matches (3 in 2). Jordan Clement has 2 in 3 and Dan Creaney, who was topping the league’s goalscoring charts before an injury earlier in the season, scored in the 6-0 Barwell win.

To all who are travelling, thank you.

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