The home side currently sit bottom of the table and are facing a relegation battle as they sit seven points a drift with nine games to go. Every game is now becoming a must win for Rangers and they need to pick up as many points as possible soon if they can avoid the drop. Their home form has been the main issue, having only won three games all season, although they have drawn seven. They also boast the lowest goals scored in the BetVictor Premier division with 27 while having played the most games out of the teams around them.
Trinity on the other hand currently sit in 12th place after last weekend's victory, eleven points off the play-off places. They could rise as high as tenth with a victory tomorrow, which would be their highest place since the beginning of the season. The Holy Blues are nine games unbeaten away from home in the league which is a club record, an impressive statistic and achievement for Curtis Woodhouse’s men.
As always, everyone at the club appreciates the loyal support that was once again ever present at Lancaster on Saturday afternoon. We hope to see you at Stafford Rangers in what will definitely be a hotly contested game, with a lot at stake or both sides.
Stafford Rangers FC,