Bromley v Maidenhead United preview
Bromley v Maidenhead United preview

Bromley return to National League action on Saturday afternoon when they take on Maidenhead Utd at Hayes Lane.

The Ravens go into the game on the back of a disappointing 1-0 loss at Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday night a performance that Neil Smith called not good enough, stating his players were better than that.

The result saw Bromley remain in eleventh place with 29 points from 20 league matches played, five points off the play off places. 

Maidenhead drew 0-0 at home to Stockport County on Tuesday night, a result that took them up to ninth in the table with 31 points from 19 games played.

The match was Alan Devonshire’s side’s first match in ten days and they have only lost once in 2021, winning two and drawing twice.     

When the sides met at York Road earlier this season in November they drew 2-2, Orsi-Dadomo and Donnellan putting The Magpies two up before Reeco Hackett and Chris Bush levelled up for Bromley late on.

This match up looks set to be equally as close, with both teams eyeing a challenge for the play offs if they can find some positive consistency. 

Harry Forster picked up another injury at Dagenham, but Smith was able to bring Luke Coulson off the bench after a long lay off, which will boost his creative attacking options if he chooses to make changes for this one.  

The game is to be played behind closed doors as per Covid protocols, but supporters cane use the club’s excellent live stream service to view the match for £9.99, details on how to purchase this are on the official Bromley FC website.   

Picture supplied by Ed Boyden Photos.