CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Bath Road wary of Miller upset

CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Bath Road wary of Miller upset

CHIPPENHAM & DISTRICT SUNDAY LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR PREVIEW: Bath Road wary of Miller upset

First published in Sport

SECOND-PLACED Bath Road will be looking to pick up the points on offer when they welcome Miller Sports B to their Valens Terrace base this weekend.

For the hosts, who have lost just one game this term, it will be the first time they have faced Tim Knight’s side this season and with Miller themselves having lost just once in seven outings, they could be in with a shout of damaging their hosts' promotion hopes.

Like most other teams in the league both Bath Road and Miller have seen little action over the past two months and should the game go ahead, it is predicted to end with each teams picking up a point apiece from their efforts.

Third-in-the-table Bremhill View Boys are on the road at Kington Langley, where the visit an Oakhill FC side who shocked Chris Edes' men by claiming a shock 3-0 victory when the two teams met in November.

Bremhill will be favourites to avenge their previous loss but they shouldn’t take anything for granted as Oakhill could come up trumps again and claim a victory that would almost certainly end their guests interest in the battle for a top-two finish.

Runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth are away at The Mallard and it would be a huge surprise if the visitors to Goatacre didn’t pick up their thirteenth victory of the season, with what would be their second victoyr of the season over their guests, who they defeated 10-0 in the middle of December.

After picking up their first win of the season earlier this year with a 4-0 triumph over Melksham Forest Community Centre, White Horse (Sunday) B have a real chance of collecting maximum points for a second time when they welcome Cavalier to the Leighton Sports Centre.

Devlin Keane’s goal earned Cavalier a 1-0 win over their hosts when the teams met in October but the return match ought to see Chris Webber’s hosts avenging that defeat with a win that would see the two teams swap positions at the foot of the table.

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