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Bromley vs AFC Fylde – Preview
Bromley vs AFC Fylde – Preview

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

The Ravens go into the game sitting in fourth place with 36 points from 19 matches, last weekend they drew 1-1 away at ten man Boreham Wood, having lead through Olufela Olamola’s first half goal, only to concede late on at Meadow Park.

AFC Fylde make the journey down from the Lancashire coast currently in twenty third place with 16 points from 19 league games. Last Saturday The Coasters lost 2-0 at home to York City, but they had won their previous two National League games. Fylde won promotion from National League North last season, but parted company with manager Adam Murray in October after a poor run of form with Chris Beech taking interim charge.

Chin Okoli went off in the first half on Saturday, but Bromley boss Andy Woodman still has a very impressive quality squad to choose from and plenty of options at centre back.    

Both sides exited the FA Cup at the first round stage against Football League opposition and will be hoping to get back to winning ways in the league, with The Ravens wanting to remain in the top four and The Coasters to get out of the relegation places.   

Tickets are available from the Bromley FC website, Adults £20, Concessions £15, Under 16’s £7, 11 years and under are free (accompanied by a paying adult).

Please note: ticket prices will automatically increase by £2 online from midnight ahead of kick-off and on the gate. There is a printed programme available for £3. Kick off is at 3pm.