CHIPPENHAM AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Derby day at Kington Langley (From Wiltshire Times)
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CHIPPENHAM AND DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Derby day at Kington Langley
1:10pm Friday 4th October 2013 in Sport
THE MATCH of the day in Division Four takes place at Kington Langley where Chippenham-based sides Oakhill and Bath Road FC meet.
Oakhill, who are in fourth place, are no strangers to the league but with newcomers Bath Road currently in second spot, the first-ever meeting of the sides promises to be a lively affair.
After suffering their first loss of the season last weekend, Chris Edes will be confident that his Bremhill View Boys will make an immediate return to winning ways this Sunday.
With Cavalier next on the menu, Bremhill View will fancy their chances of taking all three points from a team who have not won in their previous 25 games.
Corsham Centre Youth will visit fellow newcomers Cross Keys Rowde and after moving to the top of the table last weekend, they are likely to take some shifting.
Centre, under the guidance of Pete Ralph, have yet to hit top form and were lucky to see off Bremhill View Boys last weekend but this week's result should be more convincing with the visitors to Sands Lane tipped to claim a high scoring win.
Two more league newcomers are set to face each other at Awdry Avenue where Melksham Forest Community Centre will put out the welcome mat for The Mallard FC.
Miller Sports B will be looking forward to the visit of a Trowbridge Rangers (Sunday), who will be looking to give manager Matt Aylesbury his second win of the campaign.
Miller themselves have won just the one game to date and like their guests, have 3 points on the board.
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