Tuesday 13th March March 7.45 pm
Evostik Northern Premier League Premier Division
North Ferriby United v Chasetown
Ferriby entertain Chasetown in an Evostik Premier Division match on Tuesday.
After three wins in eight days, Billy Heath's team will be full of confidence but Heath w ill be warning them against complacency. Chasetown have found themselves drawn into the relegation fight in recent weeks and will be desperately seeking at least a point on Tuesday.
In four fixtures against Chasetown, Ferriby have yet to record a win. Heath will be looking to his players to alter that on Tuesday as they look for the points to consolidate their ninth position in the League.
The Villagers are virtually safe from relegation with 45 points but Heath will certainly not be considering it "job done". He will be looking to finish with a good run of results and claim as high a league position as possible.
Club Chairman Les Hare summed-up Saturday's victory at Marine in one word, "Superb!" Heath said "It was a fabulous all-round team performance and we could have won by more. We controlled the game played some very good football. I'll be looking for more of the same against Chasetown on Tuesday."
Such was Ferriby's dominance at Marine that the home side was restricted to just three serious attempts on goal. The Villagers defended from high up the field, harassing Marine as soon as they had the ball.
Two first half headers from Gregg Anderson gave Ferriby a comfortable lead and they played the second-half at a slower tempo to close down the game.
Heath should have a full squad to choose from on Saturday. Chris is available again after suspension. The only injury doubt is Lee Morris who missed the Marine match with a stomach strain.
Probable Ferriby Squad: Adam Nicklin, Steve Wilson, Nathan Peat, Paul Foot, James Williams, Sam Denton, Steve Gardner, Kevin Larvin, Gregg Anderson, Chris Bolder, Russell Fry, Gary Bradshaw, Lee Morris, Ben Hunter, Timothy Taylor, Danny Clarke, Lee Morris, Tom Richardson, Wayne Brooksby