We are currently on a seven-win streak in the league, extended after our dominant display at East Preston on Saturday. Making it 27 goals scored and nine conceded in that time. Our strike force seems to be singing from the same sheet at the moment and we need the performances to keep on coming as we take on Broadbridge Heath this Tuesday at the Grove. But this time our form needs to carry over to the Peter Bentley Cup.
Our display at East Preston will certainly give us confidence after dominating possession across the pitch. With key performances from Josh Owen and Ricardo Fernandes, we will fancy our chances. We can also boast to be the only Division One side who beat higher opposition in the last round, we will have to do the same thing if we want to progress.
However, we are facing a top side in Broadbridge Heath (BBHFC), currently sitting third in the Premier Division with a game in hand (which, if won would see them take the top spot.) Without a game this weekend after their scheduled game with Saltdean was postponed, they will be well rested for this. With an impressive six wins, two draws and only a single loss away to Eastbourne United AFC in August, we are in for a great game. With 19 goals scored, we should be watching out for Lewis Croal, who has scored ten of those.
Wanting to come and watch who takes the spot in the Quarter-Finals? It is a 7.30 pm kick-off at Fetcham Grove. The winner of the tie will be at home against either Newhaven or Bexhill.