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Folkestone Invicta
0 vs 0

East Thurrock Utd

BetVictorIsthmian Premier Division

Tue 22nd Oct 2019

Kick off - 19:45

Folkestone Invicta
0 vs 0

Lewes

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Sat 26th Oct 2019

Kick off - 15:00

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Folkestone Invicta
1 vs 2

Bognor Regis

BetVictorIsthmian Premier Division

Sat 19th Oct 2019

Full time

Folkestone Invicta
4 vs 2

Cheshunt

BetVictorIsthmian Premier Division

Tue 15th Oct 2019

Full time

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Brightlingsea Regent Next Up At The Buildbase Stadium

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Having lost 1-0 at Hornchurch on Tuesday, we are looking to get back to winning ways on Saturday when Brightlingsea Regent pay us a visit for a BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division game, kick-off 3:00pm. Incredibly, for the third Saturday running, we are playing a team where the Manager has resigned in the week leading up to the game! Following on from last Saturday’s home 3-2 defeat against Lewes, Tom Rothery resigned from his role. Rothery took over in October 2017, leading the club to safety in their first season at Step 3 and he then lead the club to it’s highest finish in his first full season last year, as well as guiding it to it’s furthest runs in both the Emirates F.A. Cup and Buildbase F.A. Trophy. Pip Boyland took charge of Tuesday’s 2-0 home defeat against Enfield Town, assisted by John Albon and Alan Wright, and I presume they will also be in charge on Saturday.

Our opponents are currently in 19th position having picked up eight points from two wins, two draws and six defeats with one win (1-0 at Corinthian-Casuals), one draw (0-0 at Margate) and two defeats (5-1 at Haringey Borough and 2-1 at East Thurrock United) on the road.

And What About Us?

Looking ahead to Saturday, Neil Cugley said; “It looks like Scott Heard and Sam Hasler, who picked up a knock against Hornchurch on Tuesday, will be doubtful for Saturday but we’ll have a look at them before the game to see how they are. Ian Draycott and Finn O’Mara both came through the game having come on as substitutes on Tuesday and Ronnie Dolan has not shown any reaction to starting on Tuesday, so I’m optimistic that they will all be part of Saturday’s squad.”

Looking back on the game Neil added; “I was disappointed to lose at Hornchurch as I felt we deserved a draw but again the decision making in the final third was poor when we failed to capitalise on some good chances. “To be fair, their centre halves were excellent which meant we had to make the most of the chances we had. “Having mentioned their centre halves, I must also pay tribute to Callum Davies and Matt Newman, they were outstanding on Tuesday and have been all season.”

Finally, going back to Saturday’s game, Neil mentioned; “I’m looking forward to having a home game as it seems a while since we’ve been here and hopefully the supporters will get behind us and we shall give them a reason to do so. “The pitch is looking good and everything is set for a good game.”

Goals Scored

The chart below shows the times of the League goals scored by Invicta (16) and Brightlingsea Regent (8). The game is split into fifteen minute segments.

 

Goals Conceded

The chart below shows the times of the League goals conceded by Invicta (7) and Brightlingsea Regent (20). The game is split into fifteen minute segments.

 

Previous Results

Again, we have only had a limited number of games against Brightlingsea Regent as until we both got in the Isthmian League Premier Division, we had never met before. In the below, Invicta’s score is shown first.

Season

Home

Away

Division

2017/18

3-2

2-1

Premier Division

2018/19

2-3

0-2

Premier Division

Saturday’s Fixtures

This Saturday sees a combination of BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division games and Emirates F.A. Cup Third Qualifying Round ties.

Premier Division

The outstanding game of the day would appear to be at The Camping World Community Stadium where 2nd placed Horsham entertain top of the table Hornchurch.

Folkestone Invicta

vs

Brightlingsea Regent

Horsham

vs

Hornchurch

Leatherhead

vs

Cheshunt

Worthing

vs

East Thurrock United

F.A. Cup

Canvey Island (N)

vs

BOWERS & PITSEA (P)

HARINGEY BOROUGH (P)

vs

CRAY WANDERERS (P)   

Chichester City (SE)

vs

ENFIELD TOWN (P)

Kings Langley

vs

CORINTHIAN-CASUALS (P)

KINGSTONIAN (P)

vs

Weston-super-Mare

Lowestoft Town

vs

CARSHALTON ATHLETIC (P)

Salisbury

vs

MARGATE (P)

Ware (SC)  

vs

POTTERS BAR TOWN (P)

There are also a number of other Step 4 Isthmian League clubs still in the competition apart from those shown above.

MALDON & TIPTREE (N)

vs

CHERTSEY TOWN (SC)

TOOTING & MITCHAM UNITED (SC)

vs

Poole Town

Abbey Rangers

vs

WHYTELEAFE (SE) 

To complete the picture, other Kent clubs are still representing the county in the FA Cup.

Maidstone United

vs

Hitchin Town

Welling United

vs

Tavistock

Tuesday’s Fixtures

There are also three games scheduled for next Tuesday, although a couple of them could be postponed if there are F.A. Cup replays.

Bowers & Pitsea

vs

Worthing

Horsham

vs

Carshalton Athletic  

Margate

vs

Leatherhead