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Woodham expects open game when Colliers Wood United visit Stag Meadow

Mick Woodham insists promotion isn't out of Windsor's reach
Mick Woodham

Windsor boss Mick Woodham is expecting an open and entertaining fixture when Colliers Wood United visit Stag Meadow on Saturday.

The Royalists boss said neither team had a defensive bone in their bodies and doesn’t expect the match against the seventh placed side to finish in a draw.

“They’re a brilliant counter attacking team,” said Woodham.

“Probably the best in the league at that and both teams will be going all out for the win.

“I don’t think either side has a defensive bone in their bodies so I can’t see it being a draw.”

When the sides played earlier in the season Windsor were knocked out of the Premier Challenge Cup in September after losing to Colliers Wood by the odd goal in nine. Adam Kirby and Kyle Lucas both netted a brace in the tie while Jimmy Harding bagged a treble for the visitors.

There were also plenty of goals when Windsor grabbed a 3-2 win over the Colliers at Wibbandune in a Combined Counties Premier Division match in October. A brace from Barry Dunbar and Charlie Samuel’s strike grabbed the points on that occasion.

Windsor's scheduled league matches at Bedfont Sports and Raynes Park Vale this week were both postponed because of waterlogged pitches but Woodham expects Saturday's home clash to be on.

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