VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE NORTH
Venue: The Peninsula Stadium, Moor Lane, Salford, Greater Manchester, M7 3PZ
Date: Tuesday 27th March
Kick Off: 7.45pm
Concessions (Over 60’s, Students with valid ID): £5
Under 5’s: Free
On Tuesday, the Spartans travel to the league leaders Salford City in a crucial match for both sides.
Following recent postponements, Blyth made the trip to North Ferriby United on Saturday but were disappointed to come away with no points. Jordon Cooke grabbed the only goal of the game as he nodded home a free kick on the hour mark. The Villagers ‘keeper, Durrant was man of the match as he produced a string of saves to deny Spartans.
Salford were involved in a titanic tussle as they fought back from four goals down to snatch a dramatic point away to Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday. Sonupé, Ironside, Vaughan and Bradley had put the Harriers four goals up after 57 minutes. However, Josh Askew scored in the 80th minute before Nick Haughton grabbed a 2nd in the 89th minute. The dram wasn’t finished there as Mani Dieseruvwe and Tom Walker scored in injury time to rtescue a point.
Salford currently sit top of the table, one point clear of Harrogate Town, although Harrogate do enjoy a game in hand and a superior goal difference. A win for the Spartans would see them jump to fourth, overtaking York and Kidderminster.
Salford City – DWWDD
Blyth Spartans – WWWLL
IN THE OPPOSITION DUGOUT
Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson – The duo were appointed in January 2015 after they left Ramsbottom United. Last season they guided the Ammies to 6th place in the National League North before losing the in the Play Off semi-finals.
Jack Redshaw – The former Man City trainee is in his second spell with the Ammies following a transfer to Morecambe in 2012 where he made over 100 appearances for the League 2 club. He has 32 goals in 57 appearances for Salford.
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