3 Isthmian League points are up for grabs on Tuesday evening as we head to the top of the M25
From The Managers
Speaking after Saturday’s match, joint Head Coach Roland Edge said:
“They’ve won today, they’ll be happy they’ll be confident, starting to climb the ladder and we’ve got to do the same. In patches today I liked us, we’ve got to play a bit more football. I thought the first half today we moved the ball well and created space but as in most of our games we didn’t get things right at the very end and we need to do that on Tuesday night.”
Away sides took the points between the 2 sides last season, with Potters Bar winning a controversial 3-2 at the Alcaline Stadium in September before Invicta returned the favour with a 5-0 win in February with a Ronnie Dolan hat-trick.
That was a third consecutive win in Hertfordshire for Invicta following a 4-1 win in 2019 and a 7-0 win in 2022.
There has been 5 goals in the last 8 meetings between the sides with Potters Bar coming from 3-0 down to earn a point in 2021 and Invicta having done similar to earn a late 2-2 draw in 2019, so it always proves an entertaining occasion when the sides meet (hopefully that’s not the kiss of death for this fixture!)
Potters Bar come into this fixture with 4 points from their opening 7 fixtures, but have picked those points up in their previous 2 outings while also keeping clean sheets in both. A 0-0 draw at home to leaders Chatham Town was followed up by a win away at Hastings United on Saturday so they come into this fixture with some momentum.
The Lantern Stadium has small terrace stands behind either goal and a seated stand along one side of the pitch.
Always check rail times/strike action before you travel.
Potters Bar Station is an 18 minute walk from the Lantern Stadium and there are a couple of train options that will get you home after the match.
The fixture is pay on the gate
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