A THREE match unbeaten run looks as if it has got Cross Keys Rowde moving in the right direction.

The villagers will be out to keep their revival going but a trip to Bremhill View Boys, who are currently in fourth place in the Division Four standings, ought to see their good run come to an end.

Bremhill destroyed Rowde 7-1 when they met earlier in the season and although the hosts will still be without top scorer Stuart Windsor, they should have enough fire power to complete a double over Josh Scott’s side.

Bath Road, who have lost just once this season, will look to consolidate their second-place position with a second win of the season over Cavalier FC, who they defeated 4-1 back in September.

Cavalier have improved since that loss and even though they haven’t won in three attempts, Andy Holman’s side will be out to upset the odds.

Another team who should win at a stroll are runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth.

Pete Ralph’s side have won ten on the spin and they should add to that tally with a victory at home to The Mallard FC, who have managed just three victories from their eleven games to date.

Centre, who have been in cup action over the last two weekends, will be chomping at the bit for a return to league action, where they are closing in on the title with four months of the season left.

Tim Knight’s Miller Sports B have suffered just one defeat in six games, so the Melksham based side will be full of confidence ahead of their meeting with Oakhill FC, who they shared four goals with in October when the two sides fought out an excellent 2-2 draw.

Miller will have know idea which of the Jekyll and Hyde Oakhill sides will turn up at the Beeches.

The Chippenham-based team may have a better record than Miller but inconsistency has already cost them numerous points this term.


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