Great Yarmouth Town looking for first home win - and goal
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Great Yarmouth Town will be looking to improve their home form and climb the table on Saturday afternoon when they take on bottom side Framlingham Town.
The visitors won their first point of the season, at the seventh attempt, a week ago when they drew 2-2 at home to Yarmouth's great local rivals Gorleston.
But Yarmouth have lost all three of their home league games, without scoring – yet eight days ago won at Kirkley & Pakefield, who are fourth in the table.
Kirkley travel to mid-table FC Clacton while Norwich United, one place behind them on goal difference, host Long Melford.
Wroxham are a point behind in sixth and have a trip to Histon, who are second in the table.
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Gorleston will want to put last week's performance behind them and end a run of six league games without a win when they take on Newmarket Town at Emerald Park.
Thetford Town are at home to Hadleigh United.
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