The Peacocks begin the month of February with another vital Southern League game against Salisbury at the Cygnet Health Care Stadium tomorrow evening (1st February), ko 7.45pm.

Town maintained 4th position in the table after Saturday’s win over Kings Langley which marked their 13th consecutive game unbeaten in all competitions, a run which began back in November. The Peacocks’ home record in the League this season is particularly impressive, with ten wins and only one defeat from their 12 fixtures to date, and they will be aiming to continue that trend when they entertain a Salisbury side which normally occupy the top ten but currently find themselves in 15th spot after an indifferent season. The Whites picked up their first League victory in eight games on Saturday when they won 3-2 at Hartley Wintney, with their record on the road being better than at home, having won five and only lost three of their 11 away fixtures so far. Games against Salisbury have traditionally been tough contests and tomorrow night will doubtless prove no exception

Gethyn Hill will be out for some considerable time after suffering a fractured cheekbone against Kings Langley on Saturday but Ollie Chamberlain and Ross Staley both return to the squad after missing the weekend action. Head of Football Rob Dray remarked:” Salisbury are dangerous opponents and are on the upturn after taking a point off Weston and then winning on Saturday. We cannot take our eyes off things for a minute and have to keep our momentum going to keep on accumulating points to put ourselves in a good position ahead of the business end of the season.”

A reminder that advance ticket sales online are no longer available for home fixtures. Admission is payable by card or cash at the turnstile only, priced at £10 for Adults, £8 for Concessions and £5 for Juniors (14-17 years). Under 14’s are free on condition they are accompanied by an adult. Unaccompanied Under 14’s will not be admitted.

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