We bring you the full lowdown as Moors prepare to play host to Southport in National League North at The Brewery Field on Tuesday evening.
Spennymoor Town v Southport
National League North
Tuesday 15th August 2023, 7.45pm
The Brewery Field
Southport will be keen to get their season on track when they make the trip to The Brewery Field this evening after tasting defeat in each of their first two outings in 2023/24.
Indeed, Liam Watson’s men are seeking to put an end to a run of ten consecutive defeats which run back through the end of the last campaign.
Their opening day 4-0 defeat at home to newly promoted Warrington Town was a particular blow but Watson’s experience could be vital as they look to bounce back to form during the coming weeks.
Moors ran out 3-1 winners when the sides met at Haig Avenue back in April as Jason Ainsley’s men kept alive their hopes of snatching a National League North play-off place.
Glen Taylor got things up and running for Moors with a goal late in the first half before a quickfire double from Paul Blackett rendered Chris Doyle’s strike mere consolation for the hosts.
Jamie Chandler has no new injury concerns ahead of this evening’s game against Southport, with Owen Gallacher the only player missing through injury.
Zac Kennard-Kettle will be on the whistle for Tuesday evening’s game against Southport, and he will be assisted by Givi Todua and Matthew Cain.
Fans of both sides can buy their ticket in advance online if preferred, while there will also be the function to buy via card or cash directly on the turnstiles prior to kick-off.
We’re delighted to confirm that Tuesday evening’s game will be streamed live online with fans in this country and abroad able to access live footage direct from The Brewery Field.
If you sign-up to enjoy the live feed, make sure you select ‘Spennymoor Town’ as your favourite club to ensure we get the financial benefit from your purchase.
Fans can also choose to listen to full live commentary on Durham OnAir as Mark Simpson and Billy Shackleton return to the airwaves from 7.35pm tonight.
Click here now for more information on how to access our live coverage.
Moors have been installed as 6/10 favourites for three points this evening, with visitors Southport rated a 7/2 shot for victory and the draw priced up at 11/4 with the bookies.