Match Preview :- Warrington Town - Saturday October 19th, 2019 (3:00PM)

On Saturday, Celtic travel to Warrington Town (kick off 3pm). Warrington Town are having another good season, currently sitting fourth in the table on twenty-two points, nine places and six points above Celtic despite playing a game less.

Warrington have lost twice this season, both at home. They lost 3-1 on the opening day to Morpeth and, most recently, at the end of September, losing 1-0 to FC United. They have won half of their games (six), but only twice at home, from five games, most recently, drawing 2-2 with Lancaster. Their last two games were both away and both wins, beating Whitby 1-0 and Matlock 2-1. Their last home win was at the end of August, when they beat Mickleover 1-0.

The top scorers at Warrington are Matthew Chadwick and Ben Garritty, both of whom are on four. They have scored nineteen goals in total at a rate of 1.6 goals per game, with seven coming at home at a rate of 1.4 per game. They have failed to score in one game at home (from two), when FC United beat them. At the other end, they have conceded thirteen goals at home at a rate of 1.1 goals per game, with seven of them at home at a rate of 1.4 goals per game. They have kept one clean sheet at home, in their last home win, beating Mickleover 1-0. Eleven of their nineteen goals have come in the first half, whilst nine of their thirteen goals against have come in the second half.

Last season, we drew 0-0 at Warrington, whilst the season before we won 1-0 thanks to a Tony McMillan own goal in the last minute. We have a good record there, winning the previous four meaning we are unbeaten at Warrington’s ground, though the last meeting between the teams saw Warrington beat us for the first time, at Bower Fold, winning 2-1, with Neil Kengni’s seventy-fifth minute goal not enough to cancel out Tony Gray and Jack Mackreth’s openers.

In Warrington’s last match, the 2-1 away win over Matlock, they lined up as:
1. Tony McMillan
2. Mitchell Duggan
3. Thomas Warren
4. Scott Sephton
5. Mark Roberts
6. David Raven
7. Shaun Beeley
8. Ben Garritty
9. Jack Mackreth
10. Tony Gray
11. Dylan Vassallo

Warrington have former Celts Tony McMillan and Bohan Dixon, but Dixon is injured and unlikely to play. Warrington have a few injuries and were unable to name a full bench against Matlock.

Celtic’s consistent inconsistency saw us lose 3-0 to Stafford on Tuesday. In that match, we lined up as:
1. Alex Fojtíèek
2. Declan Walker
3. Kallum Mantack
4. Ross Dent
5. Stephen O’Halloran
6. Chris Smalley
7. Scott Bakkor
8. Nathan Valentine
9. Craig Hobson
10. Darius Osei
11. Jonathan Ustabasi

With a good enough win, Celtic could go seventh, but any win is good enough to get us into the top ten depending on other results. We are within three points of Grantham (away at South Shields), Hyde (at home to Morpeth), FC United (away at Atherton), Witton (away at Buxton), with Nantwich and Whitby not in action. A loss could see either Morpeth (away at Hyde) or Scarborough (away at Bamber Bridge) overtake us and drop to fifteenth.

Table
P Pts
2 Basford United 14 27
3 Lancaster City 14 27
4 Warrington Town 13 22
5 FC United Of Manchester 14 21
6 Matlock Town 15 21
Results
Sat 19 Oct 2019Stalybridge Celtic1-2
Tue 15 Oct 2019Matlock Town2-1
Sat 12 Oct 2019Whitby Town1-0
Tue 08 Oct 2019Lancaster City2-2
Sat 28 Sep 2019Scarborough Athletic1-1
Goal Scorers
Garrity, Benjamin4
Chadwick, Matthew4
Gray, Tony3
Mackreth, Jack2
Raven, David2
Previous Meetings
Saturday October 19, 2019
1
2
Saturday April 20, 2019
1
2
Saturday August 25, 2018
0
0
Saturday March 24, 2018
2
0
Tuesday February 13, 2018
0
1
Records
Home win Bamber Bridge3-1Mon 26th Aug
Away win Nantwich Town1-3Tue 3rd Sep
Home defeat Morpeth Town1-3Sat 17th Aug
Away defeat Never lost away
Home score Lancaster City2-2Tue 8th Oct
Away score Atherton Collieries2-4Tue 20th Aug
Games Since... Overall Home Away
Last Scored 111
Last Conceded 111
Last Won 131
Last Drew 313
Directions
Distance: 30
Time: 40 minutes

Take the M60 round to Junction 4 (M56, Chester) and join the M56.
Stay on the M56 for 11 miles to junction 9 (A50, Lymm).
At the roundabout, turn left (exit 1 of 3) onto the A50 (Cliff Lane) towards Warrington.
After 2 1/2 miles, turn left onto Station Lane.
At the end of the road, turn left, then immediate left, and the ground is on the right.

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