Saints gunning for Maidenhead revenge
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St Albans City v Maidenhead United
Blue Square Bet South
City will be hoping for their first home action since November 20 when Maidenhead United visit Clarence Park on Monday.
THE LOWDOWN: Maidenhead are currently sat in the confines of mid-table in the Blue Square Bet South table, eight points clear of the relegation places.
The Magpies were unbeaten in three league games prior to tonight’s (Thursday) game at Bromley following a disappointing 4-2 FA Trophy defeat to Uxbridge.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Winger Ashley Smith has proved a tricky customer for the Saints in recent meetings.
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The former Hampton man has pace and skill in abundance and has chipped in with three goals this season.
LAST LINEUP – vs. Boreham Wood: Williams; Rose, Wilson, Nicholls, Nisbet, Fagan, Brown, Smith, Akurang, Wall, Collins.
LAST TIME: Second half goals from Andrew Fagan and Ashley Smith consigned City to their first defeat to the 2010/11 season. Maidenhead always had the upper hand at York Road back in August and Mark Peters’ goal was little more than a late consolation.
Maidenhead’s last visit to Clarence Park ended in a 1-0 defeat with Adam Everitt netting the only goal of the game back in February.
* CITYLIVE coverage will begin around 2.30pm.