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.

Share This Post

More To Explore

VETS SUCCESS CONTINUES!

Bromsgrove Veterans reach Cup Final Bromsgrove Sporting Veterans Vs West Brom Spinney. Date: Sunday 29th May @11.00am. Venue: Hollyfields. (Gas ground)Woodacre RoadErdingtonB24 0JT Free entry.

A STATEMENT FROM THE MANAGER!

Firstly thank you for the warm welcome I have received by all since the announcement. Myself & management team are grateful for the opportunity given

P