It will hopefully be a case of fourth time lucky when the Peacocks entertain Slough Town in the Vanarama National League South tomorrow evening (25th March), ko 7.45pm.

The fixture has been postponed on three previous occasions this season due to a waterlogged or frozen pitch and after yesterday’s last gasp defeat to Chelmsford City all focus will be on trying to ensure this game in hand produces a positive result to ease Town’s relegation worries. The weekend results saw both Dartford and Eastbourne Borough, the sides immediately below the Peacocks in 21st and 22nd spot respectively, close the gap by one point, leaving Taunton one point above the drop zone but crucially having a minimum of three games in hand on those two sides plus three others above them.

Tomorrow’s visitors are on a decent run of form, having suffered just the one defeat in nine league outings since the beginning of February. However they have yet to win a game in March having lost at Havant & Waterlooville before picking up a point from their last two matches at Arbour Park against Yeovil Town and then Eastbourne Borough yesterday when they saw two goals disallowed. The Rebels will be chasing the league double after comfortably winning the first encounter this season and the Peacocks will need an improved performance from that game in order to claim their first home win since early December.

There is an injury doubt over skipper Nick Grimes who had to go off during the Chelmsford game while Zac Smith remains sidelined with a groin strain.

Matchnight Information

Turnstiles, Bars, Club Shop and Refreshment Outlets open at 6.00pm

Match tickets are available to purchase in advance online

Admission is also payable by card or cash at the turnstile, priced at £14 for Adults, £11 for Concessions (state pensioners & Students with ID), £5 for Youth (13-18 years), £2 for Juniors (6-12 years). Children aged under 6 are free with paying adult.

No printed Match Programmes will be on sale, but they will be available to read online shortly

Match commentary will be available on Peacocks Radio

We extend our grateful thanks to tomorrow’s Match Sponsors

Last meeting: the Peacocks were beaten 3-0 at Arbour Park in January. Nathan Minhas gave Slough the lead at the break which was added to by second half goals from Munashe Sundire and Salvi Spasov. Relive the match highlights HERE