By Elliot Steadman
Up next The Bucks are back at The Tarmac Silverlands Stadium, as they face Lancaster City for a 3pm kick off on Saturday 2nd April 2022.
We go into this game following a 3-0 away win against Witton Albion.
Goals from Cowan, Clarke and De Girolamo got us the three points, keeping our 2 point lead in the table, as we continue our fight toward promotion.
Manager Steve Cunningham is looking for revenge against Lancaster
“We owe them a performance and a result, as when we played them last it was my first loss at the club. We want to avenge that one. They are a tough top team who have also had a bit of a resurgence. But we will go into it like they are up there fighting for the title.”
(Pictured above: Diego De Girolamo effort saved vs Lancaster Away earlier in the season)
Lancaster City sit 10th in the league currently on 55 points. The Blues have been on great form and are unbeaten in their last 5 games winning the last 4.
Mark Fell has been in charge of Lancaster since 2018 after previously managing Ramsbottom United.
They play their games at The Giant Axe Stadium, and will be without the suspended Liam Brockbank in this game. In their last game they beat Nantwich 1-0 thanks to a Jack Bryne goal.
One to Watch
Captain of Lancaster, Andrew Teague, is strong in the heart of their defence, having made 150 appearances for the club. He has played a big part in the recent run of form for the visitors, leading them to 4 clean sheets in their last 5 games.
Last Time Out
The Dolly Blues won 1-0 at The Giant Axe in November, with a Lewis Fensome goal being the difference on the day.
Kick off at The Tarmac Silverlands Stadium, SK17 6QH is at 3PM.
Admission prices are £10 for Adults, £6 for Concession (Over 65's) and £2 for Children.
There is limited car-parking space at the ground for disabled visitors, all requests to book can be made here. Please note, to ensure that we can help we do ask for advance notice of any requirements for visitors with access needs wherever possible.
Please note, we respectfully ask that visitors to the Tarmac Silverlands Stadium park considerately and with due care for our neighbours. Thank you