Match Preview: Heath Hayes (h)

Match Preview: Heath Hayes (h)

Hinckley AFC play their first home league game sinceHinckley AFC badge August tomorrow when Heath Hayes visit St John’s Park, kick off 3pm.

Heather St John’s were the last team Hinckley played at home in the Midland League Division One, with Carl Abbott’s side running out 4-1 winners on the August Bank Holiday.

This is the first time that Hinckley will play three league games in a row this season, and as a result they are the only side in the division who haven’t yet played ten league matches.

AFC currently sit eighth in the league, having won sevenHeath Hayes of their nine games thus far and having at least two games in hand on sides above them.

After being relegated from the Premier Division last season, Heath Hayes lie just one place below Hinckley with seventeen points from their eleven games. Going forward, the Staffordshire outfit’s main threat is likely to be Joseph Pickering, who has scored eight goals in ten league games, but they also boast the joint-best defensive record in the league, having conceded just eleven goals.

Adults: £5

Concessions: £3

Under 16s: Free