By Ben Lightfoot
Blyth Spartans kick off the Easter Bank Holiday weekend on Good Friday at 3pm as they host Farsley Celtic at Croft Park in the National League North.
In our last game, Spartans were denied the three points from a late AFC Telford United goal as the game finished 2-2.
- Tickets can be purchased in advance via our online system.
- If you do not have online access, you can purchase your ticket by ringing the club office on 01670 352373 and paying with a debit or credit card. Your ticket can then be collected from the social club on match day.
- We will operate a cash turnstile. However, we strongly encourage you to purchase your ticket in advance.
- Tickets purchased in advance must be printed or stored on your phone. Without proof of ticket, you will not be permitted into Croft Park.
- Advanced tickets can be bought up until an hour before kick off.
- Should you wish to sit in the Port of Blyth Stand, you should purchase in advance.
Robbie Dale and Karl Byrne are expected to return, with Rhys Evans and Dan Maguire to be assessed. The match will come too soon for Jordan Hickey but Cameron Painter returns to the squad following his loan spell Billingham Synthonia.
Farsley Celtic currently sit one place above Blyth in the National League North in 20th, where they currently have 33 points.
Farsley have lost just one game in their last seven, winning three and drawing three, only losing 3-1 to AFC Fylde since Match 5th.
Last time out, Russ Wilcox saw his side draw to Kettering Town 1-1 at The Citadel, as Jimmy Spencer helped his side gain a point.
WHAT WE’RE SAYING
Speaking after the draw, manager Terry Mitchell said: “We are obviously all disappointed as that we had the lead, but I’ve got to say thought the lads were magnificent.
“We’ll prepare exactly the same as we do every week, I’ll review this game, then we’ll watch Farsley and train, so we will be well prepared for when we come to Croft Park.”
LAST TIME WE MET
The sides last met in August in a 1-1 draw at The Citadel as Robbie Dale scored our only goal and Cameron Painter saw red.
The last time the teams battled at Croft Park was in November 2020 in another 1-1 draw as Paul Blackett’s 89th minute goal reduced a point for the Spartans.
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