By Sam Rayment
The ‘Met’ currently sit in 14th place with 11 points after nine games in the BetVictor Southern Premier League South.
The Metropolitan Police go into the game having drawn 1-1 with Taunton Town and been knocked out of the London Senior Cup first round by AFC Wimbledon.
The BORO’, however, come off the back of their first away win of the season against Harrow Borough. Gosport produced one of their best performances of the season, showing that not only are they defensively strong but are an attacking threat as well.
The game on Saturday is the start of a busy and important run of fixtures for the BORO’, with five matches in October, including against second place Chesham United.
Manager Lee Molyneaux will be looking for the team to continue their rise up the table and gain ground on the promotion places in October. Molyneaux will also expect to see the same attacking threat as produced against Harrow Borough on Saturday.
Molyneaux said: “Unfortunately from the start of the season until now we have not, in my opinion, been at our best, and I take full responsibility for that. I could be guilty of overcomplicating things but since stripping things back slightly we have been a better team.
“I am dedicated to bringing success to this club through reflection, adaptation, through learning quickly.”
The club are hoping for a good turnout to help cheer on the boys.
Come on the BORO’