21 March 2022

Match preview: Yeovil Town vs Bromley

  • Men's

Bromley take on Yeovil Town on Tuesday evening in the Vanarama National League at Huish Park. You can read the away day guide here >

The Opposition 

Yeovil sit 13th in the National League on 42 points from 33 matches.

The Glovers have won one of their last five matches, picking up four points in the league with a win away at Dover and a draw away at Notts County.

Their top scorer is Adi Yussuf, the 29-year-old forward has picked up eight goals in all competitions during this campaign.

The Somerset side were relegated to the National League after finishing bottom of League Two in the 2018/19 season.

In two full seasons in the National League, they have finished fourth and 16th.

The former Championship side have an FA Trophy, a League Two title, a League One play-off trophy and a record 24 Somerset Premier Cups to their name. The most recent of which was the League One play-off win, in 2013, where they beat Brentford 2-1.

The Opposition Manager

The Yeovil manager is Darren Sarll, who was appointed on 19th June 2019.

He has guided the Somerset side to 13th place at this point of the National League season.

Sarll has managed 132 competitive fixtures with the Glovers, achieving 53 wins. He guided them to fourth in the National League in the 2019/20 campaign, losing 0-2 in the play-offs to Barnet.

The 39-year-old has previously managed Stevenage, from February 2016 to March 2018, where he managed 114 games and won 41.

During his playing career, Sarll played as a midfielder. He featured for Hitchin Town, Berkhamsted Town, Bedford Town, St Albans City, Chelmsford City, Dunstable Town, Hemel Hempstead Town, Chesham United and Biggleswade United.

The Previous Meetings

Bromley last took on Yeovil on 23rd November 2021 at Hayes Lane, where the visitors won 2-1.

Tom Knowles opened the scoring after 18 minutes, Michael Cheek levelled from the spot on the 44 minute mark and Charlie Wakefield scored from distance a minute later to give the visitors the three points.

Written by Harrison Eve


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