FC boss hopes to build on win

Manchester Evening News - - SPORT - NON-LEAGUE By THOMAS MAHER

FC United to­day visit Here­ford, who sit just one place above them on goal dif­fer­ence in Na­tional League North.

Both teams have strug­gled so far this sea­son with the Rebels in 20th and the home side just four points from bot­tom-of-the-ta­ble Nuneaton.

New FC man­ager Neil Reynolds se­cured his first win last week with a 3-0 vic­tory over Blyth Spar­tans.

Al­trin­cham make the short trip to Ch­ester as they look to con­tinue their re­cent good league form, which has seen them edge closer to the play-off places in what is an in­creas­ingly tight divi­sion.

Ch­ester sit fifth on 29 points, with just goal dif­fer­ence sep­a­rat­ing them from third and one point from first.

They are three places higher than the Robins and are play­ing well with an 11-match un­beaten run.

Cur­zon Ash­ton are at home to Brad­ford Park Av­enue.

The Nash will look to get back to win­ning ways af­ter de­feat to Stock­port on Satur­day.

This will be eas­ier said than done against high-fly­ing Brad­ford Park Av­enue, who are in sec­ond place with just goal dif­fer­ence sep­a­rat­ing them from the top spot.

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