CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR: Forest look to close gap on Corsham

WITH leaders Corsham Centre Youth in Knockout Cup action and second-placed Bath Road having a free week, third in the table Melksham Forest Community Centre, who blew their chance to close the gap on the Centre last weekend, will be hoping for better things when they visit local rivals Miller Sports B.

Bremhill View Boys are down in fourth place, but should Chris Edes' side defeat White Horse B they could catapult themselves into second spot, but they would need Miller Sports to beat Melksham Forest for that to happen.

After having a week off last Sunday, Cavalier will hope that their break will have recharged their batteries as they look to build on a recent upturn in form that has seen them pick up 6 points from a possible 12.

Andy Holman’s side visit Oakhill who could still be shell-shocked after their 3-2 loss to The Mallard when they surrendered a 2-0 lead.

Both The Mallard FC and their opponents Cross Keys Rowde will go into their game at Buckley Barracks on a high after respectively beating Oakhill and Melksham Forest a week ago.

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