ASCOT LOOK TO TUNE-IN TO CB TEST / LADIES ON ROAD IN LEAGUE ACTION

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Ascot United are back on the road in the league this Saturday with a trip to struggling CB Hounslow (3pm). The hosts are second-bottom in the league and have a goal difference of minus 36, but will be mindful that a win could take them up two places subject to results elsewhere in what is a congested bottom-six – especially as four of the bottom six are playing each other.

Mid-table Ascot will be looking for a positive response to their midweek league cup defeat, and come up against a side winless in 8 matches – a run which has seen them score just twice in almost 12 hours of football.

For directions, set your satnavs to Green Lane, Hounslow, TW4 6DH.

Also this weekend, 5th-placed Ascot United Ladies return to Southern Region Women’s football league action after a long break with a trip to 3rd-placed Abingdon Town looking to capitalize on games in hand, whereas it’s crunch time for Ascot United Ladies Reserves who are edging closer to a full year unbeaten as they travel to Ruislip Rangers in a top-of-the-table Thames Valley League clash.

In other news, Ascot United Ladies are still hoping for more support for the club’s festive Race Night where tickets are also still available; contact Darrel Evans for more info.

Also note next week’s County Cup tie against Maidenhead United has been postponed due to COVID complications in The Magpies’ camp.

This weekend’s Combined Counties League program is below:

Abbey RangersvHanworth Villa
BurnhamvTadley Calleva
CB Hounslow UnitedvAscot United
North Greenford UnitedvSpelthorne Sports
SouthallvVirginia Water
St PanteleimonvEdgware Town
WembleyvReading City
WindsorvEgham Town
Wokingham & EmmbrookvHolyport

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