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“"Both teams enter the game with the same goal difference, and even the exact same goals scored and conceded."”

Preview written by Jack Cunnigham

Hampton will make the short journey to Ruislip to play Wealdstone FC on Saturday, it will be the 12th match of the Vanarama National League South season.

Both teams enter the game with the same goal difference, and even the exact same goals scored and conceded, with both teams bagging 17 and conceding 11.

Crucially, however, it is The Beavers who have two more points than the hosts sitting on 20 whilst, The Stones are on 18.

If the Beavers win and results go their way then, by the end of Saturday, the
Beavers could sit joint top of the table.

The game however, is big for Wealdstone as well as they know that a win could see them move up to third in the table.

Hampton however, over the last five matches boast the best away record in the league, scoring 10 and only conceding 3.

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Preview written by Tim Hammersley.

In a game that will prove a real test for both teams, who are riding high on a good run of form which has seen both Hampton & Richmond and Billericay Town cement their places near the top of the table, with Billericay only topping Hampton & Richmond on goal difference.

Billericay gained promotion to the National League South courtesy of winning the Isthmian Premier Division, gaining 99 points from their 46 games and netting an eye-catching 110 goals in the league last season.

Billericay, like The Beavers, come into the fixture of the back of a win in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round, having beaten Burnham FC 4-1.

Billericay’s recent league form has been mixed, with a 2-1 defeat at league leader’s Woking being followed up by a win away at Hemel Hempstead, and a 1-1 draw at home to Dartford. Despite this, Billericay have maintained a strong league position, especially considering their status as a newly promoted team in the division, as...
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The club can confirm that defender Dan Bowry has returned to Charlton Athletic, after the League One club decided to take up the option of recalling him.

Gary said: “It’s a shame we could not offer Dan more game time, but this was due to circumstances. I accept this may be the best move for him.

"I’ve wished him all the best for the future, and we all hope he can fulfil his potential.”

The Beavers will undergo a friendly game tonight at Hayes & Yeading, where Gary will be looking at a number of free agents, as well as offering key minutes to those in the squad who haven't featured regularly.

This Saturday, the Beavers are back in FA Cup action, as they host Burgess Hill Town of the Bostik Premier League, kick-off 3pm.

Updated 18:07 - 18 Sep 2018 by HRBFC Press Team