12:45PM, Monday 27 January 2020
Maidenhead United have reduced the admission prices for tomorrow (Tuesday) night's Berks & Bucks Senior Cup clash with age-old rivals Marlow FC.
Tickets for the clash are just £5 for adults with concessions (senior citizens/UB40/NUS) £2 and u16s free.
The fixture, which gets underway at York Road from 7.45pm, is laced with history and is a repeat of the very first match played at York Road nearly 150 years ago.
For the Blues this is their first trip south of the Thames to play Maidenhead since a county cup tie back in 1998.
The sides last played each other in the competition at Oak Tree Road in November 2016, when Max Kilman (now at Wolves) turned out for the Magpies and Josh Kelly scored the winner in one of his first senior appearances.
With National League fixtures coming thick and fast - and taking priority over the cup competitions - Alan Devonshire is once again likely to call upon players from the successful u18s Academy side, which reached the third round of the FA Youth Cup for a second successive time earlier this season.
Tickets are available on the turnstiles.
Concessions (SENIOR CITIZEN/UB40/NUS) £2
Under 16s FREE
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