There’s a full Hellenic Premier League programme on Monday and a huge opportunity for Binfield to get back to winning ways when they visit rock bottom Burnham.
The Moles were beaten 2-1 by a much improved Tuffley Rovers on Saturday while Bracknell Town routed Thatcham Town 4-1 and Ascot United went down 4-0 on the road at Longlevens AFC.
Here’s our lowdown on all the August 2016 Bank Holiday Monday fixtures.
Burnham vs Binfield FC
Binfield have already beaten their hosts 4-0 this season and despite an almost fightback by the hosts on Saturday at Henley, Binfield should be back to winning ways come Monday evening.
Liam Ferdinand was on target on Saturday with his seventh goal of the season and should lead the line once again.
Verdict: Binfield win
Ascot United FC vs Bracknell Town FC
A week ago we’d have Ascot just about edging this one, but after their 4-0 defeat in Gloucestershire and Bracknell’s 4-1 win at Thatcham we’d have to back the Robins.
A minor concern for Bracknell will be the injury that saw new signing TJ Bohane leave the field on Saturday but if Mark Tallentire’s new look back line with Alex Rodgrigues can stay solid the Robins have enough fire power to beat their hosts.
Verdict: Bracknell win
Related: The verdict on Bohane’s debut
Holyport vs Wokingham & Emmbrook FC
Port didn’t play on Saturday while Clive McNelly’s side came from behind at Sandhurst Town. The home side should be fresher but Wokingham should have those players back who attended Sam Lawrence’s wedding on Saturday.
Given both sides have started well this season it’s not unreasonable to expect a point each here.
Didcot Town Reserves vs Sandhurst Town FC
Fizzers manager Luke Turkington will have been disappointed not to have picked up his first competitive win on Saturday, and whether he does or doesn’t on Monday afternoon will largely depend on what Didcot side turns up.
The Railwaymen beat Wokingham on the opening day of the season but were humiliated 8-1 at Headington Amateurs on Saturday.
AFC Aldermaston vs Wantage Town Reserves
Wantage have been the whipping boys so far this season and fell to an understrength Finchampstead on Saturday.
Aldermaston have been impressive since joining the league, beating Sandhurst and fighting back at Bicester. They should be to strong for their visitors.
Verdict: Aldermaston win
Penn & Tylers Green vs Finchampstead FC
Finch’s penultimate game on the road takes them to champions Penn & Tylers Green looking to cause an upset.
Jon Laugharne’s side got the better of Wantage Reserves at the weekend and were 4-0 up at the break. The blues boss had 13 unavailable or injured for the trip and will need to rally the troops for this one.
Verdict: Penn win, but only just
Chinnor vs Woodley United FC
This will only be Woodley’s second competitive match of the season but they were good enough to put four past Rayners Lane without reply and we’d expect them to have to much for Chinnor.
Verdict: Woodley win
Main image: Ascot United celebrate the winner at home to Binfield by Colin Byers.