“We might look like we have got a big squad but we have also got a lot of games. We now have another two away games.”
The Clarets ended a run of three consecutive losses - against Chippenham Town, Gateshead (Emirates FA Cup) and Oxford City - by beating the League’s basement side Whitehawk 2-0 on Saturday.
Two goals in the space of five minutes put City in the ascendancy against the lowly side. Matt Johnson’s contender for Goal of the Season put Chelmsford ahead on 12 minutes before Chris Dickson side-footed home, his tenth goal of the season, three minutes later.
The two sides have met 22 times throughout history, however the Hawks appear a bogey team for the Clarets with City only being victorious on six occasions.
Selections issues continue to diminish for City boss Rod Stringer. Shaun Batt remains a doubt for selection while Anthony Church and Jonny Giles remain sidelined with long-term injuries. Stringer also faces a number of doubts following a few knocks taken at Whitehawk, however the severity of these are yet unknown.
The Hawks recently dispatched James Hayter and Lee Molyneaux on-loan and will be boosted by their recent 1-0 away victory at East Thurrock United.
View from the camp:
Speaking ahead of tonight’s trip to Havant & Waterlooville, City boss Rod Stringer said:
“We’ve still got Chris Assombalonga outside the squad so that could change today.
“We might look like we have got a big squad but we have also got a lot of games. We now have another two away games.
“Havant on Tuesday is a very difficult place to go.” he said.
Admission at Westleigh Park is the following:
Adults - £13; Concessions - £9; Under 16 year-olds - Free.
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Updated 17:59 - 21 Nov 2017 by Matt Lee
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