26 February 2024
Yeovil Town will be providing a live stream of Tuesday night’s National League encounter, for full details please click here.
The big news is that Joe Kizzi is available for selection, with the Club winning a successful appeal on the red card he received during Saturday’s match with Barnet. Kizzi takes up his position at right-back, with Neil Smith naming an unchanged side at Huish Park for the clash with Yeovil Town.
Preview – by John Self
On Tuesday evening Bromley make the journey to Somerset for the third fixture against Yeovil Town this season.
Having already lost to Yeovil Town twice this season at Hayes lane, the Kent Club will be looking for some recompense and hoping to taste victory for the very first time in their visits to the West Country, where they have been the losing side on six previous occasions.
Extra time was required when Yeovil visited Hayes Lane in November for an FA Cup 1st Round Proper tie, in which they scored in the 119th minute to record a 1-0 victory; and six weeks later they recorded their first League victory of the season in eleven attempts, with a 2-1 win.
Since then they have recovered from the shaky start and are in 11th position in the League table, with 38 points from their 28 games completed. Last Tuesday they were unable to stop Sutton United from going top of the table, when they went down 2-1 at Gander Green Lane; whilst last Saturday they overcame Woking at home.
After Yeovil were relegated for the start of last season, Bromley visited Huish Park in September 2019 where they lost 3-1 after goalkeeper, Mark Cousins, was badly injured in the 2nd minute which caused an 18-minute delay to the proceedings. He took no further part in the game and was out of the team for nearly five months. The defeat also ended Bromley’s 13 match undefeated start to the season.