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Fleetwood next up for the Lambs

Friday Apr 1, 2011

The lambs are on the road again for the third Saturday running and the games do not get any easier as this saturday's opponents Fleetwood Town are fighting for a play off place and will prove a stern test as Des Lyttle's team attempt to keep the current unbeaten run going for reasons at the other end of the League table.

The Lambs will be without Jay Smith who is still sidelined with a knee injury and Neil Mackenzie who has left the club by mutual consent. Stuart Hendrie who has not played in the last two games because of illness trained on Thursday and will be pushing for a shirt. Christian Smith who was forced to sit out the Wrexham game as he could not play against his parent club will be back in contention for a return to the starting line up.

Tamworth supporters will be segregated at the game and are requested to enter the club's Highbury Stadium ‘away end' bu using the turnstiles situated at the bottom of the short access road at the junction of 103 Highbury Avenue (Andre's Hairdressers) and 42 Hatfield Avenue (Nail Zone Salon) FY7 6SP. They normally open 1½ hours before kick off. There is a snack bar and toilet block in the away end but no bar facilities.

Match day admission is Adults £12-50, Juniors (unde 16) £7 Senior Citizen (over 65) £8 and under 5's will be admitted free of charge.  There is no supporters car parking at the ground but there are planty of streets around the ground. The programme is priced at £2-50.

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