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Weekend Preview: Maidenhead United host their second home game of the week as they take on Sutton United while Marlow United are back in league action against Reading City U23.

Alfie kilgour’s equaliser for Maidenhead on Tuesday night.

All matches take place at 3pm on Saturday March 9 unless otherwise stated.

Maidenhead United host Sutton United just days after their last gasp equaliser against Dagenham & Redbridge.

History favours the Magpies, who did the double over Sutton last season and beat them 1-0 away from home thanks to an Adrian Clifton goal earlier this season.

Sutton come into the game without a win a in five as their push for the play-off places has faltered in recent weeks, while Maidenhead moved six points clear of the relegation zone with Tuesday night’s draw.


Slough Town will be looking to make it back-to-back wins in the league for the first time since late December as they travel to Concord Rangers.

The Rebels picked up an important win against Hemel Hempstead – with Lee Togwell scoring the decisive goal in the 1-0 win.

Rangers also come into the game off a win as they beat Gloucester City 2-1 away from home.


Marlow United are back in league action after their recent cup exploits and take on Reading City U23 at Oak Tree Road.

United sit third in the Thames Valley Premier and have five games in hand over current leaders Cookham Dean as they look to stay in the title race.

They face a Reading City side who haven’t won in the league in 2019 – but it will no doubt be a competitive match for both sides.

Kick off is set for 2pm on Saturday.


Marlow FC take on league leaders Hayes and Yeading United as the Blues look to do something no other side has done this season by beating Hayes at home.

Marlow go into the game in good form and have previous against Hayes, beating them 2-1 earlier this season.

Hayes though are in imperious form, and are unbeaten in the league since they lost to Marlow in Novemeber.


Only Almondsbury stand in the way of Windsor FC and a spot in the Challenge Cup final.

The Royalists have enjoyed a good run of late, but were left frustrated on Tuesday evening after their game against Flackwell Heath was abandoned after a floodlight failure.

Almondsbury produced a fine result in the last round, beating an in-form Bishops Cleeve side 2-1 while Windsor ran out 3-0 winners against Cheltenham Saracens.


Ascot United contest the other semi-final of the Challenge Cup as they face Wantage Town.

Only seven points separate the two sides in the Hellenic League Premier and the only other meeting between the two sides this season ended in a competitive 1-1 draw.

Wantage come into the game on a four match winning streak and advanced to this stage after beating Binfield 3-0 while Ascot narrowly edged past Longlevens 3-2.


Holyport FC are also in cup action as they take on Cirencester Development Town in the Subsidiary Cup quarter-finals.

Port come into the game having thumped Chalvey Sport 6-1 in the previous round while Cirencester advanced past North Leigh United.


Burnham FC travel to face Abingdon Town in the Hellenic League One East after getting back to winning ways last time out against Penn & Tylers Green.

The table toppers could stretch their lead over second-placed Aldermaston to ten points with a win.

Abingdon come into the game off the back of a 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Chinnor and will be looking to get their first league win of the New Year.  


Flackwell Heath will be looking to get back to winning ways but face a tough test against Bishops Cleeve on Saturday.

The Heathens have been in poor run of form of late in the league, and last weekend’s 2-1 loss to Binfield marked the third straight league loss for Marcus Richardson’s men.

Bishops Cleeve sit third in the in the Hellenic League Premier but were held by both Tuffley Rovers and and Fairford Town in recent outings.

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