Seasiders’ miserly defence on the road to Fakenham on Saturday looking to keep the pressure up on Mildenhall

Felixstowe'�s Kyron Andrews proves a handful for David Cooper of Mildenhall during last Saturday's g

Felixstowe'�s Kyron Andrews proves a handful for David Cooper of Mildenhall during last Saturday's game at Dellwood Avenue, which the Seasiders won 3-0 - Credit: Photo:Stan Baston

Felixstowe & Walton make their longest journey of the season on Saturday with Clipbush Park, home of Fakenham Town, the destination as they try to extend their winning run to six games and their current run of nine hours 15 minutes without conceding a goal into double figures.

With just one point from a possible 12 at home, while their hosts will be looking to end a poor run of games that has produced just one win since the turn of the year.

Fakenham start the day in 12th spot but with a poor goal difference won’t improve on that even with a win while defeat could see them slip three places in the wrong direction, they will be keen to make sure that doesn’t happen.

Kevin O’Donnell’s side need to keep winning if they are to keep the pressure on leaders Mildenhall and a 10th away win here would certainly do that.


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