Spennymoor Town return to action on Saturday following a two week break when they welcome fellow promotion chasers Buxton FC to The Brewery Field. Moors are looking to bounce back from the defeat against Grantham Town in their last league outing, and are boosted by a 6-2 friendly win at Northern League club Consett on Tuesday night.
Spennymoor Town v Buxton
Northern Premier League, Premier Division
The Brewery Field, Saturday 18th 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 high flying Bucks are currently in second place and have spent most of the season at the top of the league, in and around the play-off spots. Both sides were involved in an entertaining 2-2 draw at The Silverlands in October as Jamie Chandler bagged a spectacular brace for the Moors, with Joel Bembo-Leta and Nicky Walker netting for the hosts.
Buxton come into the weekend's game on the back of an impressive away win at Stafford Rangers thanks to two goals from on-loan Darlington striker Liam Hardy, who has since returned to the Quakers. That was followed by a solid 2-0 home mid-week win over Hednesford Town with goals from striker Bradley Grayson and winger Alastair Taylor (pictured above).
Buxton 2-0 Hednesford Town
Stafford Rangers 1-2 Buxton
Buxton 3-3 Warrington Town
Whitby Town 4-2 Buxton
Buxton's current league form reads - WWLLDWW
One to watch:
The 22-year-old midfielder was released from Barnsley in the summer after spending three years with the Oakwell club. Last season he had loan spells with Chester and Barrow in the National League, and has been an impressive performer in the Bucks' midfield this season.
The Gaffer says:
Jason Ainsley said: "Saturday is a huge game for both sides and I am looking for a big reaction after the Grantham game a fortnight ago. Games are now coming thick and fast and this will provide an opportunity for us to put a run together and climb the table in our pursuit of the top five."