Lowestoft Town hope to capitalise on Hendon’s poor home form
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2016
Lowestoft Town travel to struggling Hendon tomorrow, hoping to bring to an end a run of three straight league defeats in the Ryman Premier.
The Trawlerboys have failed to score in their previous two games, both 1-0 defeats to Met Police and Tonbridge Angels, and are just below mid-table in the table, 10 points clear of today’s opponents, who occupy the final relegation spot in the division.
The game between the teams at Crown Meadow, in November, was a six-goal thriller – Lowestoft coming from 3-0 down to grab a draw, courtesy of a last-minute equaliser from Chris Henderson.
Michael Spillane had earlier given the Trawlerboys hope with a 14-minute brace, halfway through the second period.
Today’s opponents are having a tough time on their home turf this season, having won just once there all season, drawing eight and losing six games.
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