|***Hosts are unable to remove damage floodlight from playing surface***
Ascot Unitedís quest for a fifth successive win continues at Camberley Town in Saturdayís 2pm kick-off (Krooner Park, Krooner Road, GU15 2QP).
The early kick off follows floodlight damage to the hostís ground Ė thanks to Ceira for that Ė but as Dennis backs her up with another weekend of stormy weather, the message is look out on twitter for news of this and al other matches affecting Ascot Unitedís sides.
Assuming the weather doesnít have itís way in Surrey, Ascot will be looking to avenge the 3-2 defeat against Camberley in Octoberís reverse fixture; Ben Hodges and Usman Lalustani both on target before the visitors won it late-on.
Recently, the 15th-placed hosts have taken seven points from their last nine available, but as reported here before, it is the home record that has let many Combined Counties League Premier Division sides down, Camberley no exception with a P12 W3 D1 L8 record at Krooner Park. And, their impressive home win over Frimley Green on 4th February was their first home league win since mid-October.
Whatever happens on Saturday, Ascot will remain top as they go into the game four points clear, but Knaphill will be favourites to win on the road at Raynes Park whilst Southall v Balham, Spelthorne v Badshot Lea and Sutton Common v Molesey are all tough to call.
On Sunday, the Ladies welcome Caversham (friendly) and the Ladiesí Reserves travel to Slough Town (league). The Vets travel to Lighthouse Molesey on Saturday.
Saturdayís Combined Counties programme is below:
Camberley Town v Ascot United
Abbey Rangers v Frimley Green
Cobham v CB Hounslow United
Colliers Wood United v Redhill
Guildford City v Banstead Athletic
Raynes Park Vale v Knaphill
Sheerwater v Hanworth Villa
Southall v Balham
Spelthorne Sports v Badshot Lea
Sutton Common Rovers v Molesey