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MATCH PREVIEW: Info ahead of tonight’s visit to Rushall Olympic

Ahead of tonight’s away league match versus Rushall Olympic (7:45 KO), here are some important bits of information you may want to know…

Address

Dales Lane, Rushall, Walsall, WS4 1LJ

Ticket/entrance info

Sporting fans have until 2:30pm today to email dave@bromsgrovesporting.co.uk, with a contact number, to guarantee their entrance for the match. If you have not done so by 2:30pm, then you will have to turn up to the ground and hope the capacity of 600 has not been reached by then.

Prices are as follows…

ADULTS (Aged 18 – 60): £10.00

CONCESSIONS Senior Citizens Over 60, 16-17 year olds, Students in full time education with NUS Card, Armed Forces & Emergency Services (in uniform or with ID): £7.00

UNDER 16s: £4.00

UNDER 12s: Free if accompanied by one paying adult.

Kit for this match

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

Live updates

Via our Twitter (@SportingFC) and on Goalshouter. Team news, half time and full time scores will also be on our Facebook (Bromsgrove Sporting FC) and our Instagram account (rouslersofficial)

Last time we met

– 17/09/19: Sporting 1 – 1 Rushall Olympic (League).

Read the report here

Watch the highlights from that day here.

Management preview

Manager Bren Kelly’s preview of the game can be read here.

Opposition

  • Prior to the 2019/20 being expunged, Rushall Olympic were sitting fifth, with 53 points from 33 games (Sporting were fourth, 57 from 32).
  • Their home form in the 2019/20 league was P17 W10 D2 L5. They had beaten Stourbridge 2-0 in their last league home game before the league’s cancellation – their two league home games prior to that were defeats against Kings Langley (0-1) and Royston Town (1-3).
  • So far this season, Rushall Olympic have beaten Leiston 1-0 (away) and drawn to Peterborough Sports 1-1 (home). They were also knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup by Grantham Town, on penalties (2-2 after 90 mins).

Our away support is always superb and it was no different against Biggleswade Town on Saturday. If that could continue, in these times, that would be brilliant! Support football, support safety, support Sporting!

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