Gosport Borough's five game mini season starts on later today at promotion chasing Salisbury - kick off 3pm.
Salisbury currently sit in forth place on 70 points, just 3 points away from second placed Taunton and will be hoping to capitalise on Gosport's precarious position with a win on home soil.
Can the BORO' beat a team from the top four, away from home and throw the form book out of the window?...Can the boys repeat the performance that saw them do exactly that back in December, when they traveled to Weymouth who are now top of the league, and recover from losing at home the previous Saturday 1 - 4 to Dorchester - and beat their high flying opponents!.....well we smashed Weymouth by 3 goals to 1 that night... so why not.
Gosport arguably have a stronger squad now than back in December, with the recent signings of Sekajja, Casey, Read & Harding who all played last Saturday....so why not.
The BORO's mini season of five remaining games is all that matters now, and Craig McAllister's team need to focus on the task in hand and secure the points needed to initially overhaul our nearest rivals Walton Casuals who are one place above us, just out of the relegation bottom three on 42 points, compared to the BORO's 40 points from the same 37 games played.
BORO’s last 5 games are:
- Salisbury Away
- Merthyr Home
- Staines Away
- Wimborne Home
- Metropolitan Police Away
Walton Casuals’s last 5 games are:
- Frome Town Home
- Tiverton Home
- Salisbury Away
- Kings Langley Home
- Merthyr Away
BORO’ fans will be more than interested in ‘The Stags’ six-pointer against Frome this afternoon when a draw would probably aid Gosport’s cause.
come on the BORO’
Updated 11:30 - 6 Apr 2019 by GBFC Site Manager
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