A couple of determined performances in FA Cup clashes with Banbury United will have given Trinity confidence of an up-turn in league form. Nathan Stainfield and Ashley Worsfold are expected to be fit and available for selection having missed out during the week through illness and injury, as Liam King has virtually a full squad to select from. "It is what Ross and I wanted when recruiting in the summer, to have a squad of players that could compete. It's good to have a selection headache with everyone challenging for a shirt. The games are coming thick and fast, but are focus is now on the Witton game and getting our league campaign kick started.
We have put in some good performances, but not got the results we perhaps felt our performances warranted. That just makes us more determined as a group to put that right."
Witton, managed by Carl McCauley, go into the game with two wins from two on home soil. Wincham Park is a tough place to go under McCauley's reign. Albion getting something out of 14 of their 20 home games last season. There was very little between the two sides last season as well, both games ending in stalemate. 0-0 away, before a 1-1 draw back at the Martin & Co Arena. This game is all set to be a battle and Liam King's men, as ever, want as many along as possible to roar the boys on to victory!
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Young adults (16-21) £6
Juniors (U16s) £2
Witton Albion have spaces for over 150 cars at the ground. Parking is free of charge. By train, Witton's nearest station is Northwich, with trains to/from Manchester, Chester and Crewe. The ground is located just a mile from the centre of Northwich, a 5 minute cab ride or 20 minutes’ walk from Northwich station.
By car, from M6 junction 19, follow A556 for Northwich for three miles, through two sets of traffic lights. Turn right at the beginning of the dual carriageway onto the A559. After 3/4 of a mile turn right at traffic lights by Slow and Easy Public House, still following the A559. After a further 3/4 of a mile turn left at the crossroads traffic lights by the old Black Greyhound Public House (signposted). Follow the road through the industrial estate for about half a mile. Turn left immediately after crossing the canal bridge (signposted). From M56 junction 10, follow the A559 (Northwich Road) towards Northwich for approximately 6 miles. Turn right at the crossroads traffic lights by the old Black Greyhound Public House (signposted). Follow the road through the industrial estate for about half a mile. Turn left immediately after crossing the canal bridge (signposted).