Latest NewsPREVIEW- Leiston Reserves v Team Bury
Leiston Reserves vs Team Bury- Preview- Thurlow Nunn League First Division- Saturday 16th December 2017- Kickoff 3pm © Drew Kendall
How do the two teams fare in their most recent five games in 2017/18?
Leiston Reserves have won 1 (penalty shootout) of their last five matches. The first of which saw them travel to AFC Sudbury Reserves, where they lost 2-0. However, they did fare better in their following outing, as they drew 4-4 away to Halstead Town. That was before they made the visit to Ram Meadow to play Team Bury, where they raced into a three goal lead inside 27 minutes, but two late first half goals from Oli Selfe and Harry Moore (pen) and a late Robbie Dyson header salvaged a point for the hosts in a hugely dramatic game. Leiston’s following game saw them return to home action as they faced Whitton United in the Suffolk Senior Cup, but drew 1-1 before winning 5-4 on penalties. With their most recent outing seeing Leiston lose 8-0 away to Norwich CBS.
Team Bury have lost three of their most recent five matches, with the first seeing Bury come back from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Norwich United Reserves at home, thanks to two quality strikes from Josh Revell and Oli Selfe, who both netted their maiden Team Bury goals in superb style. With their following home match seeing them battle from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Leiston Reserves (who they visit for this match), thanks to a brilliant lobbed effort from Oli Selfe, a confident penalty from Harry Moore, and a classy finish from Charlie Cook to send shockwaves down the visitor’s system. Despite this, Bury lost their most recent away game, away at Brantham Athletic Reserves, as they lost 2-1 despite Oli Selfe’s goal not being enough, as the Blues were knocked out of the Suffolk Senior Cup, and have also unfortunately lost their most recent home fixture, as Robbie Dyson’s late header grabbed his side a consolation goal, in a 1-4 home defeat to ten man March Town United. Bury have also lost their most recent outing, as they were beaten 0-2 away by Cornard United, leaving Bury in 20th in the table with 11 points to their name.
This match will take place at Leiston FC and Leiston Reserves’ home ground, Victory Road. The ground address is as follows:
16A Huntingfield Road,
Travel By Car (From Ram Meadow)
Take Angel Hill and Southgate St to Rougham Rd/A134
Follow A14 to Needham Rd/B1078
Get on A12 from B1078
Merge onto A12
Follow A1094 and B1069 to Huntingfield Rd in Leiston
Arrive at destination.
Leiston Reserves Squad
Team Bury Squad-
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