Friday Sep 4, 2009
Tamworth welcome AFC Wimbledon for the first ever encounter between the two sides on Saturday, kick off 3pm.
The game pits the two promoted champion clubs from the Blue Square North and South, currently sixth against fourth in the Blue Square Premier, in what is undoubtedly going to be a massive game for both sides and a large crowd is expected at The Lamb.
Seat tickets are available and home fans are advised to book in advance if possible. Contact the club after 9.30am on Thursday morning to avoid disappointment.
Lambs boss Gary Mills will be without the services of the suspended Bradley Pritchard who sits out the second of his three match ban, and has added another name to his squad- ex-Lewes player Josh Apps, who featured in a number of pre-season games takes squad number 23.
On the injury front Michael Wylde and Dominic Langdon are the only on going casualties in an otherwise fully fit squad, and Langdon is due to see if he has gets the all clear to being training again this week after suffereing a foot injury pre-season.