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.
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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.
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