Westfield travel to South Park tomorrow (4th)
Any one of three clubs could end Saturday on top of the South Central Division.
Leaders Ware hold a two point advantage over second place Hanwell Town, and three points over Westfield, who start the day in third. The Blues host Chertsey Town at Wodson Park, the Curfews sitting in sixth at the start of play but having fallen down the table recently, with only one win from their last eight matches. Ware have also developed an inconsistency, winning and losing two each of their last four, but that mini-slump has coincided with former leaders Hanwell Town only picking up one win in seven.
The Geordies travel to Hertford Town, their hosts having won only two of their last ten matches and lost four of their last five.
Westfield have been in excellent form of late, with four consecutive draws being followed by four consecutive victories. They travel to face another side in good form, South Park, who defeated Hanwell last time out and who are unbeaten in four matches.
Fourth travel to face fifth as Uxbridge entertain Waltham Abbey. The Abbotts are nine games unbeaten and defeated Ware and Harlow Town in their last two, whilst Uxbridge have only two defeats in ten.
Tooting and Mitcham United, in sixth place, won our performance of the month gong this week for their five-nil win at Chertsey Town in December, but have suffered missed form of late, that victory and a second over Ware being followed by a four-one home defeat to Chipstead. The Terrors travel to Northwood looking to do the double over their opponents, who have seen a mini-revival come to an end with three consecutive defeats.
Barking, in eighth, host thirteenth place Bedfont Sports. The Blues have won seven of their last eight matches, their only defeat coming against Hanwell Town, whilst Sports have also been in great form, only losing one of their last ten.
Harlow Town will be desperate to get back to winning ways after picking up only two points from their last twenty four. They entertain Staines Town, the Swans without a win in four matches.
Chipstead, fresh from that win over Tooting, host Chalfont St Peter. The Chips have won their last four matches and will be full of confidence, whilst the Saints have one win and two defeats from the same period.
Marlow host bottom club FC Romania. Marlow have only two defeats in ten, but have been held back somewhat by the fact they’ve drawn five of them, whilst the Wolves have lost their last seven consecutive matches and will be hoping to avoid making that eight.
Ashford Town, second bottom, host Bracknell Town. The Tangerines have lost their last four matches and taken only seven points from their last thirty, whilst the Robins seem to have put a run of three defeats behind them by taking four points from their last six.