Midweek: Bracknell Town and Wantage meet for re-match at Larges Lane

Tough away days in store for Ascot United and Highmoor Ibis
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Joe Grant challenges Wantage Town. Photo: Neil Graham.
Joe Grant challenges Wantage Town. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Bracknell Town have a quick opportunity to put right the 3-1 defeat Wantage Town inflicted on the Robins at the start of October when the Freds visit Larges Lane on Tuesday evening.

The Robins were back in form on Saturday with a 3-1 win over fellow promotion chasers Flackwell Heath but will have injury concerns around centre back Justin Clayton and flying winger Seb Bowerman who suffered a heavy blow to the head. There is some good news for Robins fans who may have TJ Bohane available after his parent club Swindon Supermarine’s Tuseday night County Cup tie was called off.

Saturday’s win put the Robins promotion charge firmly back on track and they will keep up with second placed Flackwell who have a home fixture with Ascot United.

Elsewhere Windsor look favourites for three points at Abingdon United while Highmoor Ibis have a tough trip to Thatcham Town.

Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division

  • Abingdon United vs Windsor
  • Bracknell Town vs Wantage Town
  • Flackwell Heath vs Ascot United
  • Thatcham Town vs Highmoor Ibis

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Main image: Joe Grant takes on Wantage Town by Neil Graham.

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