CHIPPENHAM SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION THREE PREVIEW: Corsham Park seek extended stay at the top (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION THREE PREVIEW: Corsham Park seek extended stay at the top
3:00pm Friday 7th December 2012 in Sport
AFTER snatching pole position in Division Three last weekend when they beat Pack Horse Rangers in an 11-goal thriller, Corsham Park Rangers go head-to-head with the same opposition this Sunday, hoping to maintain their place at the top of the standing where they are thanks to a superior goal difference.
The game at Leafy Lane is unlikely to provide as many goals as last week's epic encounter but the outcome is predicted to be the same with Corsham Park set to follow up their 6-5 win with another maximum points haul.
Christian Malford are tipped for victory when they host bottom side Cavalier at their Kington Langley base.
Malford are just four points better of than their guests and have played three more games than Andy Holman’s side, but it is really hard to see anything than a triumph for the home team are Cavalier can’t seem to buy a win at the moment.
FC Buscots can claim to have a share of the number one spot with Corsham Park Rangers, but an inferior goal difference leaves them in second spot.
The Devizes-based side will be hoping to bolster their goals for tally when they host a struggling Bremhill View Boys this weekend, especially after last week's brilliant victory over the previously-unbeaten PSC Galaxy.
PSC Galaxy will look to bounce back and the visit of North Star B to their Northbrook base will give them the perfect opportunity to do so.
A few weeks ago the result would have been a give me but three wins from four games gives the Star a decent chance of getting something from the game.
No win in five games for Pig & Whistle United A has seen them slip down the table where they have passed Talbot FC who, thanks to three wins in their last four games, have headed in the opposite direction.
Their recent run of good form has elevated them to fourth spot.
Vic Long’s side will be favourites to take the points off the Pig, however with the honours shared last term with one win apiece this could be a lot closer that the formbook suggests it will be.
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