We turn our attentions to Tuesday evening’s action as Curzon Ashton are visitors to The Brewery Field in National League North.
Spennymoor Town v Curzon Ashton
Tuesday 13th September 2022, 7.45pm
National League North
The Brewery Field
Curzon Ashton have recovered from back-to-back defeats at the start of the new National League North campaign to move level on points with Moors in the table ahead of Tuesday’s game.
The Nash were beaten at by home newly promoted Banbury United on the opening day before then losing to Buxton seven days later.
However, three victories from their last five have more than steadied the ship at The Tameside Stadium and a 3-0 thumping of Gloucester City last time out has further boosted confidence.
Having finished mid-table in 2021/22, Adam Lakeland’s men will be hoping they can continue their promising form and push themselves into contention at the top end this time around.
One To Watch
Josh Hancock has proved an influential player for The Nash since joining the club during the summer after his departure from Altrincham.
The creative midfielder is busy in and around the penalty area and has the ability to unlock defences for his teammates and chip in with his own share of goals.
Now 32, Hancock has plenty of non-league experience having played for the likes of Witton Albion, Telford United and Nantwich Town and is also a reliable penalty kick taker.
Head To Head
Tuesday night’s meeting will be the ninth competitive encounter between the two clubs and Moors have the slight edge having won on three of the previous eight occasions.
It was Moors who won when the sides last met back in April, when a brace from Glen Taylor and a late strike from Ethan Brierley clinched a 3-0 triumph at The Tameside Stadium.
On The Whistle
Helen Comley is our referee for Tuesday evening’s game against Curzon Ashton at The Brewery Field, and she will be assisted by Mark Bell and Kirk Freeth.
Tickets are available online right now and all the way up to 6pm on Tuesday night, after which we have cash/card turnstiles in operation for both home and away supporters.
Buying online is the easiest option because this allows you to either print your tickets at home or simply ensure the QR code is downloaded to your device to show upon entry to the ground.
Fans all over the world will be able to enjoy live audio commentary of Tuesday evening’s game as we continue our hugely successful partnership with Durham OnAir.
Mark Simpson will be live from The Brewery Field from 6.35pm with supporters able to access the live coverage online, via the Durham OnAir app or on DAB radio.
Moors have been installed as 5/6 favourites for three points on Tuesday evening, while visitors Curzon Ashton are rated an 11/4 shot for victory and a draw is priced up at 23/10.