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Sat 21
AFC Sudbury
2
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0
League
Chatham Town
S Kemp (1'), C Parker (64')

Match preview

By Danny Laws
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AFC Look To Maintain Play-Off Place
Twentieth placed Chatham Town will travel from Kent to take on AFC at The Wardale Williams Stadium as the home try to continue their unbeaten Ryman North run. Should they not lose it will be their best unbeaten run in the Ryman North League.

The 'Chats' are hovering above the relegation places six points away from third bottom Barkingside but having played three games more, so will be anxious to get points on the board.

AFC Manager Jamie Godbold (pictured) having registered himself as a player, was on the bench at Thamesmead Town as his side won 1-0, thanks to Craig Parker getting his third goal in as many games.

Captain Sam Clarke comes into contention for the game having been on the bench on Tuesday but is now fully fit to resume. AFC's home supporters will get their first chance to see striker Luke Callander make his home debut.

Before the game the clubhouse will be open early to show the BT Sports Premier League game between Manchester City and West Bromwich Albion that kicks off at 12.45pm.

The AFC Supporters Bus sponsored by Wardale Williams will again run for this game.

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Latest results

AFC Sudbury
Chatham Town
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Match details

Match date

Sat 21, Mar 2015

Kickoff

15:00

Meet time

13:30

Attendance

248

Competition

Ryman North
Ryan Henshaw

Star Player

Ryan Henshaw