Farnborough return to action in The Vanarama National League South as they take on high-flying Havant and Waterlooville.
Boro remain in the exact same position as they did heading into the Slough Town game before that got postponed, with the only other game on in the League that day having no bearing on where Farnborough would end up in the table.
The postponed fixture in midweek has given some much needed rest in this busy schedule to the players, especially for top scorer Hisham Kasimu, who’s return from injury is unknown, but he could potentially be back for this weekends all Hampshire affair.
Paul Doswell’s visitors currently sit second in the League, just five points behind top of the table Dartford, despite having two games in hand. This comes after patchy form over the Christmas period has seen them drop several points, winning three and losing three in their last six matches.
Despite the patchy form, The Hawks are undefeated away from home this season, with a record of eight wins and three draws in the 11 matches they have played on the road. They are the only side in the top six divisions to have an undefeated home record.
Farnborough’s incredible League form over the past few months has left them second in the form table over the past 10 games having a record of six wins and four draws. In the same 10 games, Havant & Waterlooville have a record of six wins, one draw, and three losses.
Boro’s last win over Havant & Waterlooville came over 10 years ago in the 2012/13 season, a 1-0 win on the road. Since then, it has been mostly pain for Farnborough, with The Hawks picking up four wins in the next six fixtures including a 1-0 win at the beginning of this season.
Let’s put an end to this wretched run against Havant & Waterlooville. Come on Farnborough!