Bedfordshire League preview: November 21
Premier Division supported by Sportsform action this weekend will see league leaders Renhold United go into home action at their Playing Field base looking to return to winning home ways.
They welcome ninth place Marston Shelton Rovers who will hit the road looking to end a run of three consecutive away defeats.
Whilst second place AFC Oakley M&DH, who still hold down a 100% perfect away record, make the journey to Bedford Road Recreation Ground to be hosted by a Sandy side that have won just the once on home soil all season.
It’s also a trip on the road for third place Flitwick Town, now on a six game winning run and unbeaten in their last 10 league starts. They journey to the Carlsberg Stadium, the temporary home of tenth place Ickwell & Old Warden.
Whilst fourth place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College, like the Town on a six game winning run, head for a Playing Fields outing against 11th place Pavenham who have been beaten just the once on home soil this season.
Also on top form at the moment are fifth place Ampthill Town Reserves who are on an eight game unbeaten run and for them it’s a trip to Lodge Road to be hosted by 12th place Sharnbrook who will be looking to extend their winning ways to three games.
Whilst sixth place Wilstead seek out their sixth consecutive league win when they journey to Hitchin Road to be hosted by seventh place Shefford Town & Campton.
Down at the other end of the table, second from bottom Elstow Abbey, now on an eight game losing run, play hosts at the Warren against the club just immediately above them in the standings namely Caldecote who hit the road seeking just their second away win of the season.
Whilst just down the road at Weston Park basement club Eastcotts AFC, losers of their last 11 league outings, receive a visit from eighth place Cranfield United who will be looking to repair the damage of two 4-0 away beatings at Wilstead and Shefford Town & Campton in the past 14 days.
Division One supported by Wests Citroen Bedford action will see both of the top two clubs hitting the road. League leaders Sundon Park Rangers are enroute for a Gold Street outing against eighth place hosts Riseley Sports looking to retain their unbeaten ways.
Whilst second place Stevington make tracks to Mill Lane and an outing against second from bottom of the table Potton Town who are now on a six game losing run.
On the 3G surface at Hillgrounds it will be home action for third place AFC Kempston Town & Bedford College Reserves who look for their third consecutive home victory when called upon by seventh place Westoning.
At Chambers Lane it’s home local derby action for fourth place Ickleford who look to retain their 100% home record and take their winning ways up to six games when visited by Henlow who have not won on the road since winning at Riseley Sports on the opening day of the season.
Over in Allen Park for fifth place Queens Park Crescents, who remain unbeaten on home soil, the visitors are ninth place Shefford Town & Campton Reserves.
Whilst sixth place Meltis Albion go into home Miller Road action against Houghton Athletic who will hit the road looking for their first away point.
In Division Two for the still unbeaten league leaders Cranfield United Reserves it’s home action at Crawley Road against fifth place Atletico Europa who still remain unbeaten on the road this season. Whilst fourth place Clapham Sports look for just their third away win of the season when they head for a Cutler Hammer outing against seventh place hosts Kempston Hammers Sports who have won just the once on home soil all season.
Other action comes at the Football Centre, the venue at which sixth place Flitwick Town Reserves seek out home win number three on the bounce against tenth place Kempston Athletic who are currently on a five game losing run.
At their Playing Fields base Marston Shelton Rovers Reserves, despite sitting at the bottom of the league, look to retain their unbeaten home record when called upon by eighth place Bedford United who remain unbeaten on the road this season.
Elsewhere for Lea Sports PSG it’s home Pirton Recreation Ground action in the Herts FA Junior Cup against Glenn Sports.
In Division Three for the still 100% league leaders Wixams it’s a trip to Whiston Crescent to face eighth place Clifton who will be looking to end a run of two consecutive home defeats.
Whilst second place Sundon Park Rovers hit the road for a 3G outing at Redborne School against third place Dinamo Flitwick looking to retain their unbeaten away ways.
Also on the road will be fourth place AFC Dunton who head to Rectory Road to be hosted by tenth place Shefford Town & Campton A who will be looking to end a run of four straight defeats. Whilst in Mowsbury Park fifth place White Eagles seek out their fourth win on the bounce when called upon by second from bottom of the table Sandy Reserves now losers of their last four away outings.
Other action comes at Harvey Close, the venue at which ninth place Caldecote Reserves look for just their second home win of the season against the visiting bottom of the table Meltis Albion Reserves
At Jubilee Playing Fields, seventh place Wilstead Reserves also look for just their second home win of the season when called upon by sixth place Renhold United Reserves who will hit the road looking to extend their current unbeaten ways up to four games.
Division Four action sees the 100% league leaders Mid Beds Tigers hitting the road to be hosted at Greenfield Road by sixth place Westoning Reserves. Whilst second place Polonia Bedford, who still remain 100% on the road this season, it’s a trip to face third place and still 100% at home Stevington Reserves at their Playing Field base.
Over at Harvey Close for fourth place Caldecote A it’s home action against seventh place AFC Kempton Town & Bedford College A who have not won on the road since winning at Lidlington United Sports on the opening day of the season.
Whilst fifth place Bedford Albion, now winners of their last four games, head for a Groveside outing against Henlow Reserves who will be in search of their first home point/points of the season.
The final action comes at the Football Centre being the venue at which Flitwick Town A seek out their first home win of the season against the visiting bottom of the table Lidlington United Sports who come in search of their first point.