Ahead of tomorrow’s Pitching In Southern League Premier Central match versus Nuneaton Borough (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.
The Victoria Ground, Birmingham Rd, Bromsgrove, B61 0DR
Pick one up directly ahead of the turnstile for just £2!
This edition includes manager Gavin Hurren’s notes, chairman Mike Burke’s notes, midfielder Jordan Goddard’s player profile and much more!
Get your 50/50 ticket outside the ground. Just £1 a ticket, with a big prize likely!
JANUARY PLAYERS OF THE MONTH
The vote saw Will Shorrock and Josh Dugmore receive exactly the same amount of votes – both will receive their awards before this match.
KIT FOR THIS MATCH
We will be wearing this season’s red home kit for this match.
Via our Twitter (@SportingFC), Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and Instagram (rouslersofficial).
Twitter will be more in-depth then Facebook and Instagram.
AFTER THE GAME
In the Rouslers Bar, we will be showing the England vs Wales Six Nations Rugby match.
LAST TIME WE MET
To view the league reverse fixture against Nuneaton Borough from November, click here.
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). As well as the usual football match classics, we have some new additions to the menu. These are….
- Chilli Dog (jumbo sausage, loaded with melted cheese & jalapeños on a fresh roll)
- Loaded Fries (melted cheese, bacon, jalapeños)
- Dirty Fries (melted cheese, BBQ sauce)
- Little Rousler Box Meal (sausage/chicken nuggets & chips)
- Nuneaton Borough currently have 29 points from 30 games (W7 D8 L15). They sit in 17th place, scoring 41 goals and conceding 51.
- They have played 14 away league games, picking up 13 points (W4 D1 L13). In these, they have scored 23 and conceded 30.
- Although these stats aren’t overly impressive, their recent form is noteworthy. They are unbeaten in their last three on the road in the league, having drawn 2-2 at Barwell before beating Lowestoft Town 0-3 and, most recently on the road, Alvechurch 0-2.
- In all league games, they are unbeaten in five. In addition to those two away wins, they have recorded 0-0 home draws with Rushall Olympic, Banbury United and, their most recent fixture, Stratford Town.
- So, with the matches in that unbeaten run, it means they have not conceded in any of their last five league matches – unsurprisingly, no team in the league has a better defence across every side’s last five league matches.
- With nine points from their last five matches, only Rushall, AFC Rushden & Diamonds and Coalville Town have a better record across every side’s last five league matches. All three of those teams are in the play-offs, whilst Nuneaton are 17th – indicative of a massive up-turn in their performances.
- Striker Anthony Dwyer is Nuneaton’s top scorer in the league this season, with 12 goals.
Your support for the lads will be greatly appreciated, as we face another massive match! Your support is huge to the team… simply huge. We hope we can count on you to back them!