The Peacocks will hope to continue their unbeaten run of games when they make the long trip to Chesham United tomorrow afternoon (18th December), ko 3.00pm.

Last Saturday’s win over Hartley Wintney made it five matches without defeat for Town in all competitions but they will be hard pressed to maintain that sequence against the in-form Buckinghamshire side who are themselves unbeaten in their last eight League fixtures and have suffered only one defeat in their last 11. That run of form has taken the Generals into fourth position in the table and although the Peacocks are six points adrift of them in 8th spot, they have four games in hand, as they do on several other sides around them who are also vying for the play-offs. Therefore a positive result at the Meadow would be an ideal early Christmas present for Town ahead of Tuesday’s home game against Harrow Borough. Chesham come into the meeting on the back of a 4-0 win at Harrow in midweek and with their striker Bradley Clayton being the third highest scorer in the division the Peacocks will need to be on their game.

Town will be missing Jake Wannell who serves the second game of his three match suspension while Dan Sullivan remains on the injured list, and he has been joined by Ben Adelsbury who went off with ankle damage in the Hartley Wintney game. Head of Football Rob Dray said:” Despite injuries we go to Chesham the in-form team with good confidence. It will undoubtedly be a tough ask tomorrow and we realise we will need to be at our best and make no personal errors, but we are more than capable.”


On The Road – Chesham United

Ground: The Meadow, Amy Lane, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 1NE

Ground to Ground: 153.1 miles (via A303/M3/M25)

Directions: Leave M25 at Junction 18. Keep left and take Rickmansworth Road A404. Follow road for around 2.5 miles before turning right onto Stony Lane. Take next left onto Latimer Road and continue onto Waterside. Turn left onto Moor Road and then turn right to stay on route. At roundabout take 2nd exit at Cricket Club and ground will be further down road on left.

Admission: Adults £10, Concessions £8, U18’s £3. Payable by cash/card at the gate