Fakenham Town will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run to four league matches when they play host to Walsham Le Willows tomorrow, (3pm), writes Ed Colman.
The Ghosts earned a 1-1 draw away at Newmarket last weekend and first team boss Wayne Anderson is calling on his side to build on their recent form.
He told the Lynn News: “We are going into the game really pleased with a hard-fought point away at Newmarket and we will be looking to build on that when Walsham visit us on Saturday.
“They had a good win last weekend so we know that it is going to be a tough game but I am sure that if the lads apply themselves the way they have been doing we can get another positive result.”
Despite going into the match in 17th place in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division, eight places behind the Ghosts, Walsham will travel to Clipbush Park on a high having thrashed struggling Diss 5-1 last weekend.
Downham Town’s search for a new manager continues, following the resignation of Mark Reeve last week.
The club will be looking to bounce back from a narrow 1-0 defeat away at Saffron Walden last weekend when they host Leiston Reserves at Memorial Field tomorrow afternoon.
Swaffham Town’s impressive push for promotion to the Premier Division is looking good at the moment.
Paul Hunt’s side are sitting fourth in the table just three points behind table-topping Long Melford and the Pedlars have two games in hand on The Villagers.
This weekend Hunt takes his side to third from bottom Woodbridge Town with the Shoemakers Lane outfit heavy favourites on paper.