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Following a winning end to January after a tough start to 2020, Moors head to Gloucester looking to gather momentum with the play-off battle tighter than ever.

A 2-0 victory over Leamington at The Brewery Field courtesy of goals from Ben McKenna and Glen Taylor sealed a much needed three points following four games without a win. Described as a “solid and professional” performance by manager Jason Ainsley, it has put Moors on the periphery of the top seven following results elsewhere in midweek.

One of the sides in action on Tuesday evening were Gloucester, with The Tigers suffering a heavy 6-1 defeat at Alfreton Town. 

Manager James Rowe, speaking to Gloucestershire Live this week, said: “We must dust ourselves down and not feel sorry for ourselves.

“We have got to make sure we focus on the positives, which is that we’ve got very good players with the additions we’ve made we’ve got a good calibre of players and experience, so we will come together and move forward this Saturday.”

Moors put in a dominant display in the reverse fixture in October at The Brewery Field, putting five past Gloucester who ended the game with nine men.

LAST TIME WE MET

Stats Centre

0 points gained by Gloucester in their previous ten league games. Only Bradford PA have a worse record during that time. Gloucester have conceded an average of two goals a game this season.

INFORMATION FOR MOORS FANS​

Following a period of ground-sharing with Cheltenham Town, Gloucester now share the Jubilee Stadium, the home of Evesham United FC, located 23 miles from Gloucester.

HOW YOU GET THERE

From The North and Midlands M42

Leave the M42 at junction 3 and take the A435 towards Evesham. Follow the A435 and then as it becomes the A46, for 19 miles to reach the outskirts of Evesham. At the roundabout that is the Junction with the A44 and has a services area on one side, take the second exit to continue along the A46 (signposted M5 South/Oxford). Continue straight across at the next three roundabouts and at the fourth take the second exit into the Club Car Park.

From The South and M5

Leave the M5 at Junction 9 and take the A46 towards Evesham. Follow the A46 for ten miles, until you reach a roundabout on the very outskirts of Evesham, where you take the first exit into the Club car Park.

Car Parking

There is a fair sized car park at the ground which is free.

Post Code for SAT NAV: WR11 2LS

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