Felixstowe and Mildenhall clash at Dellwood Avenue in a battle of the high-fliers

Felixstowe’s leading scorer Craig Jennings clashes with Mildenhall’s ‘keeper Josh Pope in the 2-0 wi

Felixstowes leading scorer Craig Jennings clashes with Mildenhalls keeper Josh Pope in the 2-0 win at Recreation Way, where he scored one of the goals, back in August 2016. The two teams clash at Dellwood Avenue on Saturday. - Credit: Archant

Felixstowe & Walton return to the Goldstar on Saturday after a successful couple of away days, looking to extend a run of four straight wins.

They will need to be at their best if they are to extend that run to five, with leaders Mildenhall the visitors in a top of the table clash.

Mildenhall start the day with a 16-point lead over the Seasiders thanks to their winning run of 17 games that began last August after losing at home to Felixstowe & Walton.

It sets the scene for a real crunch encounter although Seasiders assistant manager Ian Watson calmly describes it as, ‘just another game!’

“Mildenhall have excelled themselves this season and despite a couple of blips they are champions elect!,” said Watson.

The match is part of the club’s community day and it’s a ‘pay what you want’ at the gate match. It should be a corker.

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