Match Preview: Littleton (a)

The curtain comes down on Hinckley AFC’s league seasonLittleton badge tomorrow when they travel to Worcestershire to take on Littleton, kick off 3pm.
Carl Abbott’s side travel to Five Acres in their final Midland League game of 2015-16 in the hope of securing fourth place with a win, but they will need Atherstone Town to do them a favour and take points from Leicester Road if that is to happen.
A win for Hinckley will see them fall just one point shy of the total that saw them finish third last season, while they have also scored more goals and conceded fewer than the inaugural season last term.Midland Football League
Tomorrow, they will take on a Littleton side whose top half place is secured, but still could finish as high as sixth as they still have to play four games.
Littleton have won their last three games without conceding a goal, each of which was on the road, but before that lost three in a row at home, scoring just once in the process.
Of the sides in the top twelve of the league, only Heath Hayes have scored fewer than Littleton, but in Jamie Clarke they have a man who hasHinckley AFC badge netted 23 times this year and will provide a threat.
The two meetings between the sides last season saw one win apiece, with Littleton gaining a 1-0 advantage in August before Hinckley got their revenge with a 4-0 win in November.
Earlier this season, Ryan Seal’s goal earned Hinckley a point after Robbie Bunn’s first half opener for Littleton on a blustery night at St John’s Park.
Littleton play at Five Acres, Blakes Hill, Pebworth Road, North Littleton, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8QL.

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