With just 13 games remaining, the Peacocks make the trip to 11th place Beaconsfield Town tomorrow afternoon (16 Feb), 3pm.
Taunton recorded their first away win of 2019 after a hard fought victory over Walton Casuals last weekend and another tough test awaits them at Holloways Park against a very well drilled Rams side.
The two clubs last met just over a month ago at the Viridor Stadium where Rob Dray’s men secured all 3 points with a 2-1 win. The match was a close encounter and Taunton will have to be at their best tomorrow afternoon if they are to return home with 3 valuable points, and move a step closer to promotion.
Town will be boosted by the return of Ben Adelsbury and Keith Emmerson who have completed their one match suspension following red cards at the RayMac Stadium two weeks ago, whilst Pierce Mitchell is a doubt for the match due to illness.
Ahead of the game Head of Football Rob Dray said, “Tomorrow will be as far apart as it can be in many ways to last week. We now have to reset and find another way to get a positive result. We faced them only a month ago and they were a tough test at home. Not many teams come to our place and produce a second half performance like they did.”
“It’s great to be able to welcome Benno and Keith back and we must now continue to keep our side of the bargain and deal what is in front of us game by game.”
Rocky Neal’s brace secured the points against the Rams back in January.
Ground: Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield, HP9 2SE
Admission: Adults £10, Concessions & U16’s £5.