NFU v Worksop T (Evo Prem)

North Ferriby United will feel they "owe one" to vistors Worksop Town.  The teams met a fortnight ago and Worksop won with a controversial late goal.  It seems that the officials were the only people in the ground who thought  Matty Young was not at least five yards off-side when he received the ball before being allowed to play on and score.

Ferriby should have won that game. They had enough chances to have settled the game in the first half.

Billy Heath's side will be looking for a third successive win. The last two games have seen his side keep two clean sheets and score seven goals. The 3-0 win at Rushall on Saturday was particularly pleasing.

Heath commented, "At half-time I was hoping it wouldn't be a case of déjà-vu. We had enough chances to have been three or four goals ahead just as we had against Buxton and Worksop. However, the players maintained their control and shape and created three good goals. "

Ferriby have now added  a stronger physical presence to their skilful football and teams will find it hard to dominate them.

Lee Morris and Danny Clarke were late withdrawals on Saturday due to illness but will hopefully be available for Tuesday. Skipper Paul Foot suffered a dead-leg at Rushall but expects to be fit. Neil Stevens has returned to former club Buxton and James Williams has signed for Garforth Town.

Ferriby squad: Adam Nicklin, Antoni Pecora, Dean Lisles, Nathan Peat, Paul Foot, Gregg Anderson, Gary Bradshaw, Russell Fry, Lee Morris, Danny Clarke, Mark Gray, Jack Muldoon,  Liam King, Ryan Kendall, Timothy Taylor Chris Bolder, Ben Hunter, Chris Hall, Steve Gardner,  Steve Ridley,

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