Category: Match Preview

MATCH PREVIEW: DOVER VS WEYMOUTH

Whites face fellow relegated side Weymouth in our final National League game of the season at Crabble today.

The Terras, who will finish the season one place above Andy Hessenthaler’s side, arrive in Kent on the back of a 2-1 defeat against visiting Barnet last Saturday.

LAST TIME WE MET 

The last time the two sides met ended in a 1-1 draw in front of the BT Sport cameras at The Bob Lucas Stadium last September.

Koby Arthur’s stunning long-range effort gave Andy Hessenthaler’s side the lead in the 23rd minute.

The Terras equalised thee minutes before half-time when Josh McQuoid slid the ball past goalkeeper Adam Parkes.

Match Stats

Weymouth: Fitzsimons, Cordner, Goodship, Robinson, McQuoid (Bearwish 77′), Mussa, Ash, Brooks (Morgan 90′), Murray, Harfield, Olomowewe

Subs not used: Thomson, Neild, Bruton

Dover: Parkes, Bramble, Williamson, Gregory (Da Costa 86′), Twumasi, Cosgrave (Miller 77′), Ransom, Woods, Tiensia, Arthur (Wood 81′), Collinge

Subs not used: Bexon, Goodman

Attendance: 1,028

LEADING SCORER

Captain Josh McQuoid is leading the way with seven goals in the National League this season while Bradley Ash and Brandon Goodship are both three behind him.

McQuoid will miss the game due to a shoulder injury.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE 

07/05 Weymouth 1-2 Barnet

02/05 Southend United 1-1 Weymouth

26/04 Weymouth 2-4 Solihull Moors

TEAM NEWS 

Defender Myles Judd will miss the game due to the knee injury he sustained in the 2-2 draw at Bromley last Saturday.

Young forward George Nikaj has recovered from illness and is back in the matchday squad as is Marshall Wratten who missed the trip to Bromley due to a family bereavement.

Otherwise it is the same squad that made the trip to Hayes Lane last Saturday.

COVERAGE 

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make it, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

P&O Ferries employees who were recently made redundant, together with their partners and children, can get in for FREE.

All the details can be found HERE

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

LAP OF APPRECIATION

The manager, his staff, and his players will do a lap of appreciation after the game before heading to the Centre Spot

SUNDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Aldershot Town v Wealdstone
Altrincham v Yeovil Town
Barnet v Bromley
Boreham Wood v Solihull Moors
Chesterfield v Woking
Dagenham & Redbridge v Wrexham
Eastleigh v Grimsby Town
Maidenhead United v Notts County
Southend United v Torquay United
Stockport County v FC Halifax Town

MATCH PREVIEW: BROMLEY VS DOVER

Our final away game of the season sees manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad head to Bromley on Saturday.

The Ravens, FA Trophy finalists later this month, are currently 11th on the National League table following a 3-0 defeat at Solihull Moors on Bank Holiday Monday.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?

You can watch Bromley manager Andy Woodman’s pre-match interview HERE

.LAST TIME WE MET

Dover bowed out of the FA Trophy after a 1-0 loss to Bromley last December.

Khale Da Costa’s first-half own goal proved the difference between the sides in the third-round tie at Crabble.

Dover: Bexon, Tiensia, Wood, Goodman, Ransom, Hanson, Woods, Arthur (Wilkinson 82mins), Caton (Carney 64mins), Da Costa (Baptiste 82mins), Cosgrave. Subs not used: Holtam.

Bromley: Charles-Cook, Partington, Nicholas, Bush, Arthurs, Fisher, Lovatt (Francis 72mins), Dennis, Tormey (Krauhaus 58mins), Forster (Smith 46mins), Sablier. Subs not used: Daly, Bingham, German, Kader.

The sides also met at Crabble in the league in September, with Bromley winning by the same scoreline.

LEADING SCORER

Michael Cheek leads the way with 16 goals in the National League this season.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

02/05 Solihull Moors 3-0 Bromley

30/04 Bromley 4-2 Chesterfield

26/04 Bromley 1-1 Aldershot

23/04 Boreham Wood 2-0 Bromley

TEAM NEWS

Defenders Myles Judd and Will Moses are back in the matchday squad for the trip to Hayes Lane.

Judd has served his two-game ban following his red card against Notts County at Crabble while Moses missed the trip to Meadow Lane last Monday through the illness that has been sweeping through the Dover camp of late.

Indeed, young Academy forward George Nikaj will miss the Bromley game due to it.

T J Bramble’s back injury has flared up again after he returned to training so he will also be missing as will be Koby Arthur (knee), James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Noah Carney (foot), and Travis Gregory (knee).

DOVER COLOURS

For fans heading to the game wanting to wear the same shirts as the players, we will be wearing our red shirts.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to attend, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary from Hayes Lane HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

You can get all the details HERE

SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Torquay United v Chesterfield
FC Halifax Town v Aldershot Town
Grimsby Town v Maidenhead United
Notts County v Altrincham
Solihull Moors v Dagenham & Redbridge
Wealdstone v King’s Lynn Town
Weymouth v Barnet
Woking v Eastleigh
Yeovil Town v Boreham Wood

MATCH PREVIEW: NOTTS COUNTY VS DOVER

Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad heads to Nottingham on Bank Holiday Monday to play Notts County for the second time in less than a week after the high-flying Magpies won 3-0 at Crabble last Tuesday

Monday’s hosts are currently fifth on the National League table after their three-game winning run ended with a 3-1 defeat at Aldershot Town last Saturday.

LAST TIME WE MET

Second-half goals from Ed Francis, Callum Roberts, and Ruben Rodrigues secured Notts a 3-0 at Crabble against 10-man Dover at Crabble last Tuesday.

Defender Myles Judd was sent off for a second bookable offence just three minutes after the break.

The victory lifted Notts up to fifth in the National League table as they closed in on a play-off spot for the third consecutive season.

LEADING SCORER

Kyle Wootton is leading the way with 19 goals in the National League this season while Ruben Rodrigues is two behind him.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

30/04 Aldershot Town 3-1 Notts County

26/04 Dover 0-3 Notts County

23/04 Notts County 3-1 Weymouth

15/04 Notts County 4-1 King’s Lynn Town

09/04 Torquay United 5-1 Notts County

TEAM NEWS

The 2021/22 Supporters’ Player of the Season, defender Jake Goodman, is back in the matchday squad after missing Saturday’s 1-0 defeat against Altrincham due to illness.

Goodman was one of a number of players in the squad who has been struggling over the past week with a bug doing the rounds in the camp.

Defender Myles Judd will be serving the second of his two-game suspension following his sending off against Notts County.

Koby Arthur (knee), James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Noah Carney (foot), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list.

TJ Bramble (back) and Seth Twumasi (knee) are both back training but are not ready to return to action yet.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to attend, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

TICKET INFORMATION

You can get all the details HERE

MONDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Altrincham v Barnet
Boreham Wood v Wrexham
Chesterfield v Stockport County
Dagenham & Redbridge v Torquay United
Eastleigh v FC Halifax Town
Maidenhead United v Aldershot Town
Solihull Moors v Bromley
Southend United v Weymouth
Woking v King’s Lynn Town
Yeovil Town v Wealdstone

MATCH PREVIEW: DOVER VS ALTRINCHAM

We welcome Altrincham to Crabble on Saturday for our penultimate home game of the season and our last Saturday match.

The Robins are currently 15th and head to Kent on the back of a 4-2 win against visiting Wealdstone at The J. Davidson Stadium last Saturday.

WHAT ARE THEY SAYING ABOUT US?

You can read the Altrincham preview HERE

LAST TIME WE MET 

Despite going in front twice, Dover suffered a third successive National League defeat, losing 3-2, when the two sides met on an eventful afternoon at The J.Davidson Stadium last September.

Koby Arthur opened the scoring with his first goal for the club in the eighth minute, but the hosts equalised through Dan Mooney 12 minutes later.

AFC Wimbledon loanee Aaron Cosgrave put Dover back in front midway through the second half, but the hosts hit back with a goal from substitute A-Jay Leitch-Smith.

Ryan Colclough won it for Alty from the penalty spot four minutes from time.

Altrincham: Thompson, Hannigan, Moult (Pringle 67′), Mooney, Dinanga (Peers 69′), Colclough, Kirby, Kosylo (A-Jay Leitch Smith 65′), Jackson, Senior, Mullarkey

Subs not used: Furman, Bunney

Dover: Bexon, Wood, Bramble, Miller (Da Costa 81′), Williamson, Cosgrave (Caton 62′), Twumasi, Gregory, Woods, Arthur, Collinge

Subs not used: Parkes, Green, Byford

LEADING SCORER

Ryan Colclough leads the way for the Robins with 11 goals in the National League this season while Dan Mooney has 10.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE 

23/4/22 – Altrincham 4 – 2 Wealdstone

18/4/22 – Wrexham 4 – 0 Altrincham

15/4/22 – Altrincham 1 – 1 FC Halifax Town

TEAM NEWS 

Defender Myles Judd will be serving the first of his two-game suspension following his sending off in the 3-0 defeat against Notts County at Crabble on Tuesday.

Koby Arthur (knee), James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Noah Carney (foot), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list.

TJ Bramble (back) and Seth Twumasi (knee) are both back training but are not ready to return to action yet.

COVERAGE 

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make it, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

P&O Ferries employees who were recently made redundant, together with their partners and children, can get in for FREE.

All the details can be found HERE

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Aldershot vs Notts County

Barnet vs Grimsby Town

Bromley vs Chesterfield

FC Halifax Town vs Yeovil Town

King’s Lynn Town vs Eastleigh

Stockport County vs Boreham Wood (5.20pm)

Torquay United vs Maidenhead United

Wealdstone vs Dagenham & Redbridge

Weymouth vs Solihull Moors

Wrexham vs Southend United

MATCH PREVIEW: DOVER VS NOTTS COUNTY

Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad returns to action at Crabble on Tuesday evening when we host play-off chasing Notts County

The Magpies are currently seventh on the National League table, two points behind sixth-placed Grimsby Town and four ahead of the team behind them, Dagenham & Redbridge.

They also have a game in hand on both Grimsby and the Daggers.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?

You can watch Notts County manager Ian Burchnall’s pre-match interview  HERE

LAST TIME WE MET

The last time the two sides met was at Crabble on the opening day of last season.

Millwall loanee and Dover debutant, defender Harry Ransom, headed home an 89th-minute winner in the 1-0 win as pictured below.

LEADING SCORER

Kyle Wootton is leading the way with 19 goals in the National League this season while Ruben Rodrigues is three behind him.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

23/04 Notts County 3-1 Weymouth

15/04 Notts County 4-1 King’s Lynn Town

09/04 Torquay United 5-1 Notts County

TEAM NEWS

Captain Ryan Hanson returned to action for the first time since his emergency surgery in late February as a second-half substitute in the defeat at Chesterfield on Saturday and came through his 20-minute cameo fine.

However, Koby Arthur (knee) looks set to miss a third consecutive game and stays alongside James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Noah Carney (foot), and Travis Gregory (knee)  on the injured list.

TJ Bramble (back) and Seth Twumasi (knee) are both back training but are not ready to return to action just yet.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 7.45pm but if you are unable to attend, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

P&O Ferries employees who were made redundant last month, together with their partners and children, can get in for FREE.

All the details can be found HERE

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

TUESDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Bromley v Aldershot
Southend v Boreham Wood
Weymouth v Wrexham

MATCH PREVIEW: CHESTERFIELD VS DOVER

Andy Hessenthaler’s side is in action in Derbyshire on Saturday against play-off chasing Chesterfield.

The hosts sit fifth in the National League table, one point above Grimsby and five points ahead of Dagenham & Redbridge.

Our former captain Jamie Grimes (pictured below) is the current Chesterfield captain.

The 31-year-old defender joined the club from Hereford last summer.

Grimes scored five goals in 80 appearances during his time at Crabble after arriving from Kidderminster Harriers in 2015.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?

You can read what Chesterfield forward Tom Denton has to say ahead of the game HERE

You can read the Chesterfield preview HERE

LAST TIME WE MET 

Whites earned their first point of the season after a 0-0 draw against The Spireites at Crabble in September.

Both teams had chances to win the game, with Aaron Cosgrave, Travis Gregory and Ricky Miller all having opportunities for Whites, but the visitors’ goalkeeper Scott Loach deny them all.

Dover: Bexon, Twumasi, Goodman, Collinge, Wood, Bramble (Hanson 70mins), Woods, Gregory, Williamson, Cosgrave, Arthur (Miller 76mins). Subs not used: Da Costa, Caton, Parkes.

Chesterfield: Loach, Miller, Maguire (Grimes 72mins), McCourt (Weston 51mins), Kerr, Gunning, Carline, Oyeleke, Mandeville (Kham 78mins), Rowe, Tshimanga. Subs not used: King, Payne.

LEADING SCORER 

Kabongo Tshimanga, who has been out injured after having surgery on a fractured leg and dislocated ankle suffered against Weymouth in February, still heads the charts with 24 goals in the National League this season.

Akwasi Asante has seven league goals this season

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

18/04/22 – FC Halifax Town 2 – 0 Chesterfield

09/04/22 – Wealdstone 1 – 2 Chesterfield

02/04/22 – Chesterfield 1 – 4 Grimsby Town

TEAM NEWS

Koby Arthur (knee) misses his second consecutive game, but midfielder Ryan Hanson is back in the matchday squad for the first time after he underwent emergency surgery for a non-football-related condition in late February.

TJ Bramble (back) and Seth Twumasi (knee) are both back training but are not ready to return to action just yet.

James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Noah Carney (foot), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list.

DOVER COLOURS

For fans heading to the game wanting to wear the same shirts as the players, we will be wearing our red shirts.

COVERAGE 

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make the trip, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

TICKET INFORMATION

You can get tickets for this game through Chesterfield’s website. Information on how to buy tickets can be found HERE

SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Altrincham vs Wealdstone

Boreham Wood vs Bromley

Dagenham & Redbridge vs King’s Lynn Town

Eastleigh vs Barnet

Grimsby Town vs Torquay United

Notts County vs Weymouth

Solihull Moors vs Aldershot Town

Southend United vs FC Halifax Town

Woking vs Wrexham (5.20pm)

Yeovil Town vs Stockport County

MATCH PREVIEW – DOVER VS WOKING

Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad returns to action at Crabble on Easter Monday when we host Woking at 3pm.

LAST TIME WE MET

Former Dover striker Inih Effiong scored twice to secure Woking a 3-2 win, their first in five matches when the sides met at the Laithwaite Community Stadium last December.

Max Kretzschmar’s sixth-minute penalty put Woking ahead before Jake Goodman headed home an equaliser five minutes later.

Woking was back in front on 34 minutes when Kyran Lofthouse pulled back for Effiong to bundle the ball over the line from close range.

Effiong made it 3-1 on the hour mark before Ryan Hanson pulled one back from a corner for his second goal of the season with three minutes left.

LEADING SCORER

Inih Effiong leads the way with 13 goals in the National League this season.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

15/04 Woking 0-1 Torquay United

09/04 FC Halifax Town 2-1 Woking

02/04 Boreham Wood 0-1 Woking

26/03 Woking 2-3 Solihull Moors

TEAM NEWS

Koby Arthur, who scored our winning goal in the 2-1 win at Boreham Wood on Friday, is a doubt with a knee injury after limping off at Meadow Park.

Young midfielder Luke Baptiste is back in the matchday squad after serving his one-match ban following his red card against Maidenhead United.

Ryan Hanson, TJ Bramble (back), and Seth Twumasi (knee) are all back training but are not ready to return to action just yet.

James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list while Noah Carney has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a broken metatarsal.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to attend, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

P&O Ferries employees who were made redundant last month, together with their partners and children, can get in for FREE.

All the details can be found HERE

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

 

MONDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Weymouth v Yeovil Town
Aldershot Town v Dagenham & Redbridge
Barnet v Southend United
Bromley v Maidenhead United
King’s Lynn Town v Grimsby Town
Stockport County v Solihull Moors
Torquay United v Eastleigh
Wealdstone v Boreham Wood
Wrexham v Altrincham
FC Halifax Town v Chesterfield

MATCH PREVIEW – BOREHAM WOOD VS DOVER

Manager Andy Hessenthaler and his squad are back in action away from home on Friday when they travel to play-off chasing Boreham Wood at Meadow Park (3pm).

The hosts are currently ninth on the National League table, four points out of the play-off places, but with two games in hand.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?

You can read the hosts preview HERE

You can watch Boreham Wood manager Luke Garrard’s pre-match interview  HERE

LAST TIME WE MET

Luke Garrard’s side left Crabble with all three points last August after Jake Goodman’s first-half own goal proved to be the only goal of the game.

The visitors took the lead four minutes before the break when Ben Williamson’s pass in midfield was charged down.

Jacob Mendy picked up the loose ball and was able to drive forward and spread to Kane Smith on the right and his low centre was agonisingly turned in at his near post by Goodman.

Dover Athletic: Josh Bexon; Seth Twumasi, Danny Collinge, Jake Goodman (Alex Green, 75mins), Sam Wood (C) (Koby Arthur, 61mins); TJ Bramble, Henry Woods, Travis Gregory; Ricky Miller (James Caton, 70mins), Ben Williamson, Aaron Cosgrave. Subs not used: Adam Parkes, Khale Da Costa.

Boreham Wood: Ashmore, Ilesanmi, Ricketts (C), Evans, Fyfield, Rees (Smith, 70mins), Boden, Raymond, Smith, Marsh (Stephens, 90mins), Mendy. Subs not used: Green, Munns, Jallow.

LEADING SCORER

Scott Boden is leading the way with 11 goals in the National League this season.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

09/04 Aldershot Town 2-1 Boreham Wood

05/04 Dagenham & Redbridge 0-0 Boreham Wood

02/04 Boreham Wood 0-1 Woking

TEAM NEWS

Myles Judd and Koby Arthur return to the matchday squad after missing last Saturday’s game against Maidenhead United at Crabble through injury.

Young midfielder Luke Baptiste misses the trip following his red card last week.

Ryan Hanson, TJ Bramble (back), and Seth Twumasi (knee) are all back training but are not ready to return to action just yet.

James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list while young forward Noah Carney has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a broken metatarsal.

DOVER COLOURS

For fans heading to the game wanting to wear the same shirts as the players, we will be wearing our red shirts.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make the trip, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

TICKET INFORMATION

You can buy your tickets HERE

FRIDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Altrincham v FC Halifax Town
Dagenham & Redbridge v Barnet
Eastleigh v Bromley
Grimsby Town v Stockport County
Maidenhead United v Weymouth
Notts County v King’s Lynn Town
Southend United v Wealdstone
Woking v Torquay United
Wrexham v Solihull Moors
Yeovil Town v Aldershot Town

MATCH PREVIEW – DOVER VS MAIDENHEAD UNITED

Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad is back in action at Crabble for a second consecutive weekend when they host Maidenhead United at 3pm on Saturday.

LAST TIME WE MET

Two first-half goals from Sam Barratt and Josh Kelly secured all three points for the hosts at York Road last August.

In what was our first game of the season after Covid in our squad, Kelly headed home Barratt’s cross in the 14th minute before Barratt double the lead four minutes later.

Andy Hessenthaler’s side piled on the pressure but found goalkeeper James Holden unbeatable.

Holden, who was named Man-of-the-Match, produced stunning saves to deny Reda Johnson and Jake Goodman.

LEADING SCORER

 Josh Kelly leads the way with 13 goals in the National League this season.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

05/04 Wealdstone 0-0 Maidenhead United

03/04 Solihull Moors 3-1 Maidenhead United

26/03 Maidenhead United 1-2 Barnet

TEAM NEWS

Michael Gyasi is back in the squad after not being eligible to play against his parent club, King’s Lynn Town, last Saturday.

Will Moses is also back after missing last week through injury, but Koby Arthur (groin) and Kieron Agbebi (knee) miss out.

Unfortunately, young England under-18 forward Noah Carney has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a broken metatarsal.

Marshall Wratten is now back in training following his hamstring injury, but Ryan Hanson, TJ Bramble (back), James Caton (hamstring),  Alex Green (ankle), Seth Twumasi (knee), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the injured list.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to attend, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

P&O Ferries employees who were made redundant last month, together with their partners and children, can get in for FREE.

All the details can be found HERE

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Aldershot Town v Boreham Wood
Barnet v Solihull Moors
Bromley v Dagenham & Redbridge
FC Halifax Town v Woking
King’s Lynn Town v Yeovil Town
Torquay United v Notts County
Wealdstone v Chesterfield
Weymouth v Grimsby Town
Wrexham v Eastleigh
Stockport County v Southend United

 

MATCH PREVIEW – DOVER VS KING’S LYNN TOWN

Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s squad is back in action at Crabble on Saturday when they host King’s Lynn Town (3pm).

The Linnets are currently third-bottom, seven points behind the team above them, Aldershot Town, but they will head to Crabble on the back of a 2-0 win against high-flying FC Halifax Town at The Walks last Saturday.

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?

You can read the King’s Lynn preview of the game  HERE

You can watch their manager Tommy Widdrington’s pre-match interview HERE

LAST TIME WE MET

Josh Barrett’s double, a goal in each half, secured King’s Lynn all three points after a 2-1 win at The Walks last December in what was Tommy Widdrington’s first game in charge.

Maidstone United loanee Alfie Pavey was on target for Andy Hessenthaler’s side in a game that saw the hosts end a seven-game losing run in the National League.

LEADING SCORER

Wycombe Wanderers loanee Malachi Linton leads the way with eight goals in the National League this season.

NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE

26/03 King’s Lynn Town 2-0 FC Halifax

22/03 King’s Lynn Town 0-3 Stockport County

19/03 Aldershot Town 0-3 King’s Lynn Town

TEAM NEWS

Michael Gyasi, who scored a hat-trick in the 6-5 defeat at Wrexham last time out, is not eligible to play against his parent club.

Will Moses (groin) also misses out and joins Ryan Hanson, Marshall Wratten (hamstring), TJ Bramble (back), James Caton (hamstring),  Alex Green (ankle), Seth Twumasi (knee), and Travis Gregory (knee) on the injured list.

Teenage forward Noah Carney is also away on England under-18 duty.

COVERAGE

The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make the trip, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE

We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this game can be purchased at the turnstile only.

If you are a National Lottery player you will be able to buy one ticket and get one FREE for this game only.

All the details can be found HERE

Prices are as follows:

Adults – £18

Over 60 – £15

Under 18 – £9

Under 11s free with paying adult

PROGRAMME

You can download your digital matchday magazine for the game HERE

SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

Aldershot Town v Eastleigh
Barnet v Yeovil Town
Chesterfield v Grimsby Town
FC Halifax Town v Wealdstone
Solihull Moors v Maidenhead United
Southend United v Notts County
Boreham Wood v Woking