Lowestoft Town look to capitalise on enforced rest at Harlow
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Lowestoft Town will be hoping to put their enforced rest at the weekend to good use when they travel to Harlow Town this evening.
The Trawlerboys' home clash against Merstham was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch in the only game of the Ryman League Premier programme to fall victim to the weather. The Blues are at least ahead of schedule with their fixtures as Ady Gallagher's men have played more games than most of their rivals in the league.
They will find a tough proposition in Harlow, who will be looking to bounce back from their FA Trophy defeat against York City at the weekend.
The Hawks sit a place above the Trawlerboys in 11th place and count Alex Read as their main goal threat, the striker having notched 17 so far this season.
Lowestoft chief Ady Gallagher is likely to resist the temptation of throwing in Belgian winger Aristote Amisi Kameneno. The former Nottingham Forest winger, who signed last month, is short of match fitness.
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