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Bromley v Aldershot Town preview
Bromley v Aldershot Town preview

Fresh from their excellent win over Yeovil Town last week, Bromley are at home again on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Aldershot Town in the National League at Hayes Lane.

The Ravens defeated Yeovil 4-1 with a superb display of attacking football Louis Dennis scoring twice with Corey Whitely and Besart Topalloj also on the scoresheet.

Millwall loanee Topalloj has made a superb start to his spell at Bromley, impressing along with fellow young full back Kellen Fisher in the new 4-4-1-1 formation.

The win moved Bromley into eighth place with 37 points from 25 league matches, one place and one point off the play off spots.

Manager Andy Woodman said post match that he can feel there is something special in the air around the squad at the moment as they aim for a top seven finish this season.

New signing Mitchel Bergkamp is expected to be included in the squad, which is now slowly returning to full strength. Billy Bingham returned off the bench against Yeovil, but Adam Marriott is still injured and Ethan Coleman has been recalled by Leyton Orient.

Aldershot travel up from Hampshire sitting in seventeenth place with 29 points from 26 league games, under new manager Ross McNeilly.

They had been on a poor run of form until they progressed in the FA Trophy on Saturday beating Leiston 4-1 with goals from Inih Effiong (2), Ryan Glover & Harry Panayiotou and followed that up with a 2-1 victory away at Solihull Moors in the league, experienced striker Effiong scoring twice again.    

When the sides met at The Recreation Ground in August, Bromley won 1-0 with a goal from Reece Hannam, who has since returned to Crystal Palace.

Last season’s meeting at Hayes Lane in April ended 1-1, Byron Webster equalising late on for The Ravens after Mikael Ndjoli had put The Shots in front.

This game could prove to be equally as close with Bromley looking to keep in touch with the top seven and Aldershot looking to move further away from the bottom four.  

Match Tickets are available from the official club website in advance at £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and £7 for Under 16s, Under 11s free with a paying adult. Prices increase by £2 on the match day and home fans can now pay on the gate.

There is also a printed programme available at the match for £3.00.  

Kick off is at 3pm.