Spennymoor Town are back on home soil this Saturday when they welcome in-form Grantham Town to The Brewery Field for the first of three consecutive home games. After last weekend's postponement at Skelmersdale, Moors dropped from third to fifth. The Gingerbreads currently occupy eighth position but are just three points from second as the promotion race heats up for a grandstand finish.
Spennymoor Town v Grantham Town
Northern Premier League, Premier Division
The Brewery Field, Saturday 4th February, Kick Off 3pm.
Admission £10 Adults, £6 Concessions, £3 Children (U6 Free).
Turnstiles at Wood Vue open at 1.30pm and Tees Crescent open from 2:30pm.
Visiting Supporters information:
Stadium Address - The Brewery Field, Wood Vue, Spennymoor, Co.Durham DL16 6JN.
Parking is limited around the ground and is usually very congested on Durham Road and Wood Vue, therefore please respect our neighbours' driveways and access.
The Moors Tavern is the club’s official clubhouse and is open to home and away supporters before and after the game (DL16 6QH) – just 80 metres from the Tees Crescent turnstile at The Brewery Field. There is limited parking at the rear of the Tavern.
The Moors Bar is also open inside the ground, located in the far end of the Ramside Main Stand. Meanwhile, the canteen serves a selection of hot and cold food and drinks and is located between the main stand and the covered stand behind the goal.
Matchday programmes are available at £2 each at the turnstiles, as are the half time cash draw tickets and golden goal cards.
Male/Female and Disabled Toilets are all located around the ground. However, should you need any assistance finding these, please contact your nearest Steward.
The Gingerbreads started the season with just two wins from their opening ten games, but since November have put together a strong run and are now serious play-off contenders sitting in 8th position. But they are only three points behind second place. Both sides were involved in an entertaining 3-3 draw at The Mares in October with Moors securing a point in the last minute after trailing 3-1 in the second half.
Grantham are unbeaten in their last 14 games and haven't tasted defeat in the league since 8th November against Matlock Town. The Gingerbreads are also top of the form table over the last ten games, and Monday night's 4-1 win at Stourbridge in the Doodson Sport League Cup means they'll be travelling up to the North East in high spirits looking to make it 15 without loss.
Coalville's current league form reads - WWDWWWW
One to Watch:
Lee Shaw is currently the fourth highest scorer in the league with 14 goals, including one against Moors in the return fixture, and has scored 20 goals in all competitions this season for the Gingerbreads.
Manager Jason Ainsley said: "It's been a frustrating two weeks with no game and we are facing a side who are flying so we must continue where we left off as it was an excellent result and performance against Coalville Town. We are all desperate to get back on the pitch, and with us not having another game for two weeks after Saturday then we must ensure we keep the pressure on the teams in and around us."