Shrivenham: Previous encounters and predictions

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Time a new pre-match feature using some of Rob Scully’s superb programme data and a chance for you to hedge your bets (in the comment facility) on the out come of the game this evening.

The sides are tied at three wins each from six previous Hellenic Premier Division meetings, with Bracknell victorious twice at Larges Lane and once at Shrivenham.

Read Duds full preview ahead of the game here

For those of you who like things neat, by quirk of fate the postponement of the game at Shrivenham a week ago keeps the symmetry of Bracknell playing the first meeting of the sides each season at home.

Previous meetings between Bracknell Town and Shrivenham

Sam Whiting scores for Bracknell Town - Photo Connor Sharod-Southam
Sam Whiting scores for Bracknell Town against Shrivenham – Photo Connor Sharod-Southam

2010/11
Bracknell Town 1-0 Shrivenham (Callum Whitty)
Shrivenham 2-1 Bracknell Town (Tom Nugent(2))

2011/12
Bracknell Town 0-3 Shrivenham
Shrivenham 3-0 Bracknell Town

2013/14
Bracknell Town 3-2 Shrivenham (Ben Knight, Danny Oliphant, Sam Whiting)
Shrivenham 1-3 Bracknell Town (Jake White)

The two sides also met in the 2012/13 FA Cup when Shane Cooper-Clark and James Rogers gave Bracknell a 2-0 win.

Tom Nugent leads the scorers for Bracknell in this fixture, but the Robins midfielder could be equalled or overtaken this evening should Jake White or Sam Whiting get on the score-sheet.

The Bracknell Town matchday programme Robins Review is on sale for £1 this evening with the cover star Jake White.

TC says: “Shrivenham are in the bottom three but beat Ascot United and drew with Brimscombe in their last three games. I reckon a tight 1-0 win for Bracknell.”

Let us know your score predictions for the match in the comments below.

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