CASUALS UP NEXT BEFORE WOMEN AND GIRLS FACE TESTS / PROGRAMME

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Ascot United welcome Corinthian Casual to The Racecourse on Saturday as they seek to record back-to-back wins for the first time since September. The online-only matchday programme, with Simon’s update on the Racecourse developments, JT’s notes and ramblings from yours truly, plus photos from the win against Chipstead two weeks again, is here.

Casuals are bottom and in poor form, although their most recent result – a 1-1 draw with high-flying Southall – raised a few eyebrows and was mooted on Casuals’ twitter feed as being their “best performance for some time”.

The Yellamen won the reverse fixture 2-1 in November – Brendan Matthew and Ollie Harris on target that evening – and manager Jamie Tompkins will be keen to see his side record their third ‘double’ of the season having done the same against Binfield and Badshot Lea.

The game may also see Usman Lalustani register his 100th appearance for the home side, having been ruled out of the last fixture with illness.

Elsewhere on Saturday, play-off chasers Raynes Park Vale and Leatherhead meet in arguably the match of the day, whereas strugglers Guernsey are at home and Chipstead and Ashford face road trips; Binfield are not in action.

On Sunday, the weather won’t beat the Women this time around as they trave to Burnham FC’s ground for a league fixture with Wycombe Wanderers (2pm), and looking further ahead there is a big cup final for Ascot United Girls U18 on Wednesday evening when they face Wantage in the county cup final at Wallingford and Crowmarsh FC (7.30pm).

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