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Bromley to focus on Wembley
Bromley to focus on Wembley

With a Wembley appearance already booked for 22nd May in the FA Trophy Final, Bromley will now be focussing on their chances of reaching the same venue again, but this time for the National League Play Off Final in June.

Andy Woodman’s team currently sit in tenth place, but they are only eight points off seventh with three games in hand, having picked up 54 points from 33 league matches so far this season.

A difficult run of results since February has seen Bromley slip from title contention to outsiders for the play offs, but if they can build on the positivity generated by the trophy run, there is still a chance they could sneak into the play offs with a good series of results.   

The league campaign resumes on Tuesday night when The Ravens travel to Kings Lynn Town for a re-scheduled fixture, the original game postponed just an hour before kick off due to a waterlogged pitch back in February.

The Norfolk side sit third from bottom at the moment and need a win themselves to stay in touch with Altrincham who are six points clear, one place above the relegation zone.  

Midfielders Scott Wagstaff and Connor Parsons were both cup tied for Saturday’s FA Trophy win over York City, but will be back in contention for this week’s games at Kings Lynn and then Dagenham & Redbridge at home on Saturday.

The run up to the end of the season sees Bromley playing two games a week right up until the final National League game at Barnet on 15th May followed by the FA Trophy final against Wrexham a week after that and it will test the depth of Woodman’s squad with a number of players also injured including Luke Coulson, Harry Forster & Jude Arthurs.

While Marcus Sablier, Ben Margetson, Kory Roberts & Palace Francis are all out on loan. 

With The Ravens having secured their second Wembley appearance in four years, the new Broomfields bar and restaurant just opened and so much good work going on in their community scheme, it’s a fantastic time for the club and it’s supporters.        

Bromley’s run in: 

Tue 5 Apr      A        King’s Lynn Town             

Sat 9 Apr      H        Dagenham & Redbridge    

Fri 15 Apr      A        Eastleigh      

Mon 18 Apr   H        Maidenhead United           

Sat 23 Apr    A        Boreham Wood                

Tue 26 Apr    H        Aldershot Town                

Sat 30 Apr    H        Chesterfield            

Mon 2 May    A        Solihull Moors        

Sat 7 May     H        Dover Athletic         

Tue 10 May  H        Altrincham    

Sun 15 May  A        Barnet

Sun 22 May  A        Wrexham      FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium      

Picture supplied by Ed Boyden Photos.