6 March 2021

Away Day: Eastleigh

  • Men's

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Team News

Neil Smith names one change from the side that lost at Sutton on Tuesday night, with Taylor Maloney coming into midfield in the place of Billy Bingham who is sidelined through injury.


Ben Williamson spoke to BFCtv ahead of the trip to Eastleigh.

The Ravens were put through their paces on Thursday and Friday following the Tuesday night defeat at Sutton. Final preparations were made on Friday morning with the team heading to the Silverlake on Saturday morning, courtesy of Club sponsors Anderson Travel.

Previewby John Self

This Saturday Bromley travel to Hampshire for the return Vanarama National League fixture against fourth placed, Eastleigh. Kick-off is at 3.00pm.

Back in October Eastleigh defeated Bromley 2-1 at Hayes Lane for the fourth time out of the last five visits.

Similarly, Bromley’s visits to Hampshire have followed the same pattern, recording only two victories and two draws in twelve visits since the two Clubs first met in the Conference South in the 2007-08 season.

One of these draws came in the corresponding fixture last season, when the two Clubs drew 1-1 with the other draw coming two years prior. The two victories came with Bromley’s first ever visit on 10 November 2007, and the second in season 2011-12 both in the Conference South.

A good spell of results has seen the Spitfires put in a challenge for the play-off places in the League table, as they lay 7th with 38 points from 24 games.

Last weekend they were without a fixture, and on Tuesday evening that good run came to an end when they went down to a single goal defeat at Chesterfield.

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