Earlier in the season, the two sides played out a goal-less draw at Marston Road, with both teams earning a share of the spoils. Since then, Stafford have picked up five impressive victories on the road, including wins over Whitby Town, Buxton & Matlock Town, plus three points hauls against Grantham and Radcliffe, showing the visitors quality on their travels. In total, Matt Hill's side sit in third place in the away form guide, meaning Tom Shaw's young guns will certainly need to be at the races to maintain our own superb home form, which has so far seen the Holy Blues pick up 24 points in thirteen home fixtures.

Nine places and ten points separate the two sides at kick off, with the side from Marston Road currently on 40 points, sitting eighth in the up to date standings. Come along, enjoy the match between two old school non-league sides, grab some fabulous football grub from the Blues Club Snack Bar, whether that's pie, peas and gravy, or chips and cheese, there's certainly something to tickle your tastebuds with some of the best value footie cuisine on offer!


Saturday's Match Day Programme, The Holy Blues Review, is 36 pages, filled with interesting features, player interviews and the lowdown on our opponents, Stafford Rangers.

Goalkeeper, Matt Yates is the cover star, and Lewis Carr is back with his regular Captain's notes. Our BBC Radio Lincolnshire representative, Dale Storey tells tales of some interesting press facilities he has encountered on his travels, while Cieron Keane is this week's Big Interview. Centre forward Tom Cursons answers the ten quick fire questions, with his picture pullout inside! All for the great value price of £2.50 available on the turnstiles, and not to be missed.


A special mention go to our sponsors for Saturday's game:

Gold: Wicked Event Water Services
Silver: Rase Veterinary Centre
Bronze: In Memory of Grahame Stockdale
Ball: Tim Emerson and Scott Young

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