The games continue to come thick and fast for Hinckley AFC as they travel to basement side Southam United tomorrow evening, kick off 7-45pm.
Carl Abbott’s side will play two games a week until the end of the season, continuing with tomorrow’s trip to a Southam side rooted to the bottom of the table.
The Saints are winless in the league this season and have scored just ten league goals, but picked up their fourth point of the season ten days ago when they drew with Lichfield City.
That day, they scored their first two goals since the beginning of December in recording their fourth draw this term, but they were beaten again last Tuesday by Pershore Town and have conceded 147 goals in the league this season.
Hinckley, meanwhile, will be looking to bring up their century of league goals for the season at Banbury Road having scored their 98th in Saturday’s draw at Studley.
And Carl Abbott is relishing the prospect of playing another game, saying his side would much rather play games in midweek in the closing stages of the season than train.
AFC will hold hopes of a similar result to earlier in the season, when four from Ryan Seal and three from Paul Sullivan helped Hinckley to a comfortable win.
Southam play at Banbury Road, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 2BJ. The ground is approximately twelve and a half miles from Coventry on the A423.