Bromley play their final home game of the National League season on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Guiseley.
The Yorkshiremen travel down still needing points to guarantee safety from relegation and they suffered another set back on Easter Monday with a 2-1 home defeat to Tranmere Rovers their third defeat in a row.
The Ravens had mixed results over Easter beating Barrow 4-1 at Hayes Lane before narrowly losing out 2-1 at Eastleigh two days later, which left them sitting in tenth place with 58 points from 44 games.
They need one more win to better last season’s points total, which saw them finish fourteenth.
In the reverse fixture back in August Bromley won 4-1 with goals from Blair Turgott, Louis Dennis, Max Porter & Brad Goldberg.
Guiseley sit two places above the drop zone with 49pts from the same amount of games only a point clear of the twentieth place Braintree Town. A win is almost essential for Adam Lockwood’s side as seven teams can still join relegated Southport and North Ferriby Utd with only two matches left.
The Ravens manager Neil Smith set his side a target of a top ten finish, but post Eastleigh he did hint at changing the team around as they were looking tired following a busy run of games.
Following the match, the club are holding a presentation evening for the Player of the Season with all supporters invited to attend and celebrate a third season at the highest level of non-league football.
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