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If the season was still up and running....

Saturday Mar 28, 2020

 ... we would have faced Coalville Town at the Lamb today.

 It was only a few weeks ago that a large number of Tamworth fans made the short journey to the Leicestershire club, only to find that everyone was there apart from the officials who had broken down!
 As we know, all leagues in the National Game from level 3 - 7 have decided to declare the season null and void with all results expunged, however, had today’s game gone ahead it would have been crucial for both teams in their promotion ambitions. With Tamworth top of the form table and having the best points per game average (2.16 - only bettered by Liverpool from step 3 up to the Premiership!), Coalville would have arrived at the Lamb potentially filling the final play off position.
 Tamworth’s first encounter with Coalville Town was in November 1952 in a Birmingham Senior Cup tie when the club were known as Ravenstone Miners Athletic. The game was played at the Ravenslea ground with the game ending 1-1. Tamworth then lost the replay 0 - 4 at the Lamb. In 1995 the club moved to nearby Coalville after being unable to upgrade their Ravenslea ground, and were renamed Coalville Football Club, and then Coalville Town in 1998.
 The clubs didn’t face each other again until 4 Sept 2018 when the Ravens travelled to the Lamb to play in a Southern League Cup tie which Tamworth won 6 - 0. In the two league encounters last season Coalville won 3 - 1 at the Lamb on 1 December whilst a last minute Tyrelle Waite header ensured Tamworth claimed all three points in a 2-1 win at the Owen Street Sports Ground on 16 February. The two teams were drawn to play each other again in the Southern League Cup this season which Coalville won 3-1 on 1 October.

 Why not relive the last time the two teams played each other in the league, brought to you by Lambs Media sponsored by 

 Coalville Town v Tamworth

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