GREENALLS PSO RESERVES v Barnton Reserves – Match Preview

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March 7, 2013 by Ben Willoughby

Venue: Bennetts Rec  Date: 09/03/12  Kick-Off: 3:00pm

Greenalls PSO host Barnton Reserves tomorrow as they look to build on their 1-0 win on the road at Whaley Bridge last weekend.

Lee Webster’s men will be looking to go on another good run after that result, starting tomorrow against a Barnton side who sit tenth in the Cheshire Reserve Division.

In selection news Webster will have an almost fully fit squad to pick from tomorrow with only Andrew Moore unavailable.

In form midfielders Neil Glendinning, last weeks man of the match, and Glen Percival, last month’s club Player Of the Month, could be key to any chances of success tomorrow.

Last weekend Barnton’s second string took a share of the spoils as they came away from Daten with a 3-3 draw and are winless in their last five outings. They will undoubtedly be gunning for the men in green as they look to turn their fortunes around.

A win for Greenalls would keep them at the top of the table for now, a loss could see them drop down to second place for the first time this year depending on Linotype Cheadle’s result away to Daten.

The Greens league form on the whole has been good, despite a loss to second placed Linotype two weeks ago.

Barntons dangerman Shaun Bradley, boasting an impressive tally of 19 goals in 18 games this season will be key to Barnton’s gameplan tomorrow.

Greenalls front men, Sutch, Leatherbarrow and Benns will be hoping to provide the goals to see them through a tough game.

For Greenalls, every game is a cup final now.


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