MATCH PREVIEW: Info Ahead Of Tomorrow’s Home Match Vs Lowestoft Town

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Ahead of tomorrow’s Pitching In Southern League Premier Central match versus Lowestoft Town (3:00 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…

ADMISSION – PAY ON GATE

  • Adults £12
  • Over 65s £9
  • 12-17 yr old £6
  • Plus… KIDS FOR A QUID! (3 – 11, with adult)

Card or cash at the turnstiles. Cash only for outdoor food outlets. Card and cash at the indoor bar.

MATCHBALL SPONSOR

Sponsoring the matchball for this game is Penguin Office Supplies.

Chris at Penguin has been in the business supplies industry for over 11 years, He is the business owner, who creates warm and personal relationship with his clients.

In the past, Chris has worked for big name corporates and within smaller SMEs, which means he really understands the needs of both.

If you fancy working with a business supplies company where you’ll be on first name terms with the owner and where your custom will be highly valued – choose Penguin Office Supplies!

For more information on Penguin Office Supplies, click here.

Phone 0345 22 22 444 or email sales@penguinoffice.co.uk for more info

ADDRESS

The Victoria Ground, Birmingham Rd, Bromsgrove, B61 0DR

MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

Pick one up directly ahead of the turnstile for just £2!

This edition includes manager Gavin Hurren’s column, goalkeeping coach Adam Marusiak’s personal profile and much more!

50/50

Get your 50/50 ticket outside the ground. Just £1 a ticket, with a big prize likely!

IN THE BAR: NEW DRINKS

We now have Strongbow Dark Fruit and John Smith’s in the Rouslers Bar – get yourself a pint!

KIT FOR THIS MATCH

We will be wearing this season’s red home kit for this match.

LIVE UPDATES

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

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

DECEMBER PLAYER OF THE MONTH

December’s Player of the Month, Jamie Molyneux, will receive his award before the kick off.

LAST TIMES WE MET

To take a look at our most recent encounter versus Lowestoft, the reverse fixture from October, click here.

For a list of all of our previous encounters, click here.

MANAGEMENT PREVIEW

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

GREAT FOOD AVAILABLE

We have a range of tasty food available from the food bar (approximately 20 metres to your right as you enter the turnstiles).

  • Burgers
  • Bacon Rolls
  • Chips/Cheesy Chips
  • Sausage and chips
  • Pies
  • Hotdogs
  • Condiments including gravy and curry sauce
  • Hot and cold drinks

OPPOSITION

  • Lowestoft Town currently have 23 points from 25 games (W6 D5 L14). They sit in 21st place, scoring 32 goals and conceding 58.
  • They have played 12 away league games, picking up seven points (W2 D1 L9). In these, they have scored 13 and conceded 34.
  • Interestingly, their two wins have been their last two league matches on the road (Stratford 1-2 and, most recently, Barwell 1-4).
  • The draw was a 2-2 at St Ives Town on 14th September.
  • Only St Ives have conceded more on the road in the league this season. They’ve conceded two more (36) but have played two more (14 to Lowestoft’s 12).
  • Their last five league games have been entertaining. They’ve conceded 11 (only St Ives have conceded more in the league over each team’s last five league games with 14) but scored 10 (only three teams in the league have scored more than that over each team’s last five league games).
  • The Barwell victory has been followed by home matches versus Biggleswade Town (1-1) and Nuneaton Borough (0-3 defeat).

Your support for the lads will be HUGELY appreciated for this seismic match! Your support is massive to the team… simply massive. We hope we can count on you to back them!

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