|17th March 2020||7:45 pm||National League||2019-2020|
Whites are back to National League action this weekend following a ten-day break.
Andy Hessenthaler‘s men travel to Hampshire on Saturday in good form, having won three of their previous four league games, A run that has moved Athletic up to ninth on the league table, one point outside the top seven.
Eastleigh were in action at the Silverlake Stadium on Tuesday evening, coming back from two goals down at the break to draw 2-2 against AFC Fylde, extending their unbeaten home run to three matches.
The Spitfires last away match, at Maidenhead United on Saturday 25th January, ended in a 2-0 defeat.
EASTLEIGH PLAYER TO WATCH
Visiting fans will recognise one of the Eastleigh attack on Tuesday night.
Former Whites striker James Alabi, who signed on loan for the Spitfires from Leyton Orient in January, scored his first goal for the Hampshire side last month against Fylde.
You can view Eastleigh’s full squad list below. (Credit Eastleigh FC for photos)
A couple of Dover’s squad will be familiar with their surroundings when the sides take to the pitch on Saturday.
Oscar Gobern played 44 times for Eastleigh last signing prior to signing for Whites last summer.
Jai Reason made over 100 appearances for the Spitfires during his time at the Silverlake Stadium from 2014-17.
Manager Andy Hessenthaler spent 18 months at Eastleigh, joining initially as assistant in April 2017, before moving into the manager’s position later that same year.
Inih Effiong is Dover’s top goalscorer with 13 goals so far this season, with Danny Hollands and Tyrone Barnett both tied on 10 league goals at the top of Eastleigh’s league scoring charts this campaign.
For those wanting to wear the same shirts as the players on Saturday, Dover will be wearing their white tops.
Concessions (60 & over): £10
Junior (12-16): £2
Student (17-21): £5
Under 11: Free
DIRECTIONS TO THE SILVERLAKE STADIUM
If you can’t make the match you can follow on the action on Twitter @DAFCLiveText. Coverage starts shortly after 2 pm.
SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES (Kick-off 3 pm unless stated)
AFC Fylde v Maidenhead United
Aldershot Town v Boreham Wood
Barnet v Harrogate Town
Barrow v Dagenham & Redbridge
Ebbsfleet United v Chorley
FC Halifax Town v Sutton United
Notts County v Woking
Solihull Moors v Hartlepool United
Stockport County v Bromley
Wrexham v Torquay United
Yeovil Town v Chesterfield (5:20 pm)
|Referee||Referee's Assistants||Fourth Official|
|Lloyd Wood||Benjamin Williamson|
|The Silverlake Stadium|
|Stoneham Ln, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9NW, UK|