FA Trophy: Angels stand in the way of Cambridge United tie

PUBLISHED: 12:09 02 December 2013 | UPDATED: 12:09 02 December 2013

David Keenleyside shows the Angels defense a clean pair of heels. Picture: Leigh Page

David Keenleyside shows the Angels defense a clean pair of heels. Picture: Leigh Page

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The chance to host Cambridge United in the second round of the FA Trophy is on the line tonight when St Albans City welcome Tonbridge Angels to Clarence Park.

The teams played out a goalless draw on Saturday, despite City being reduced to 10 men after just three minutes when Richard Graham was shown a red card for an alleged elbow. After the game, joint manager Graham Golds praised his side’s determination and resilience to hold their Conference South opposition to a draw.

It will be the third meeting of the two teams this season, with City coming out on top in the FA Cup before Saturday’s 0-0 draw.

Tonight’s game (Monday) kicks off at Clarence Park at 7.45pm.

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