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DIVISION THREE PREVIEW: Bottom sides meet at Beversbrook
2:30pm Friday 2nd November 2012 in News
THE bottom two sides in Division Three are set to go head to head at Beversbrook on Sunday morning.
Cavalier, who are currently bottom of the pile, will be hoping for their first win of the season when they visit Bremhill View Boys, who have just one point from a possible ten.
This will be the first time the teams have met each other and both will be hoping to pop open the champagne on Sunday afternoon but which team will be victorious waits to be seen.
Vic Long’s Talbot side opened their campaign with a 2-1 victory over Christian Malford on the opening day of the season and they will be hoping to complete a double over the villagers when the meet at Kington Langley for the reverse clash.
Talbot have certainly made the better start of the two sides but they go into the game on the back of a defeat at the hands of North Star B and that could play on their minds, as Malford will have chasing revenge and have a good chance of getting it if they play as well as they have in their two previous games.
Corsham Park Rangers have a chance of reclaiming a share of top spot if they can beat Pack Horse Rangers and other results go for them.
Pack Horse have lost two from six while Corsham have been defeated twice in their seven outings to date and they go in to the game looking to strike back after last weeks loss to Buscots.
The match has the makings of being a classic with goals aplenty but it is hard to pick a winner as both sides have had their moments this term and if they are on top form it could end in a high scoring draw.
With leaders FC Buscots in Sunday Cup action, PSC Galaxy will take over at the top if they avoid defeat at home to North Star B.
A few weeks ago, the result would have been a given but back-to-back victories for the Star gives them a chance of getting something from the game, especially as Galaxy have struck lucky in their last two games, taking the spoils with late winners, but if things go to form then Pete Huntley’s hosts should be top come Sunday afternoon.