By Ben Lightfoot
Blyth Spartans travel to Nethermoor Park as they face Guiseley on Tuesday in the National League North.
Terry Mitchell saw his team lose 3-1 at home to Chester FC in the last game and is hoping for a response after a disappointing performance for Blyth.
Tickets can be purchased with cash on the gate, alternatively, they can be purchased online here.
Admission prices are as follows:
- Adult General Admission – £13.00
- Concession General Admission (over 65s and Students with valid id) – £9.00
- Under 18’s (proof of age may be required) – £5.00
- Under 11s (must be accompanied by an adult) – £1.00
There are no new injury updates for Tuesday’s game following Saturday’s fixture.
Guiseley currently sits 21st in the National League North having won just one of their last seven league games.
They sit just one point above the relegation zone and are struggling to find goals having not scored in their last four games.
The Lions lost their last match 1-0 at home to Boston United.
WHAT WE’RE SAYING
After the defeat to Chester on Saturday, Terry Mitchell said: “There’s loads and loads to reflect on from myself and Graham. I’ll go away and watch the game back tomorrow just to reinforce what I have seen.
“It’s given us a lot of food for thought on who should play, how we should play, but I can guarantee there will be a lot better effort from the lads.”
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING
After their defeat to Boston United, Guiseley manager, Russ O’Neill said: “In the end, I don’t think we were fantastic by any stretch of the imagination, as we were hurting from Tuesday.
“We needed a response today, I think we started really well, but Boston grew into the game in the first half in all honesty, but as the game went we had one or two more chances and in the manner of the goal not blaming any official, but I think it was a foul.
LAST TIME WE MET
The last fixture between the two was in November as The Spartans managed a 1-0 win at Croft Park.
The last time the two met at Nethermoor Park was in October in a FA Cup Qualifier where Guiseley beat Blyth 1-0.
Unfortunately there’ll be limited media coverage for Tuesday’s match, however full match commentary will be available courtesy of Guiseley Radio here.