Quickfire double for Town as they go in search of points
Dunstable Town face a quickfire league double this week.
Six points are up for grabs as Gareth Jackson’s side travel to face North Greenford United on Saturday, before hosting Harefield United on Tuesday.
Dunstable were left without a fixture at the weekend and hosted Eynesbury Rovers last night, the first of three matches in eight days.
North Greenford sit second-bottom of the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, having won just five games this season.
However, they have found some recent form and have recorded two wins and a draw from their past four fixtures, defeating second-place Tring Athletic and Harefield United and holding third-place Biggleswade United.
Kick off at Berkeley Fields will be at 3pm.
Before last night’s fixtures, Harefield - who were due to face Colney Heath - sat a place above 15th-placed Town in the standings.
The two sides were, however, locked on 25 points, Town with a game in hand.
Harefield had suffered back-to-back defeats against Biggleswade and Harpenden, conceding four times in both of those matches.
In fact, a 3-1 win over Hayes in the Middlesex Charity Cup is the only victory they have mustered in their last nine games.
Kick off at Creasey Park will be at 7.45pm.