Opportunity to push on
Lowestoft and Yarmouth will be aiming to make home advantage count tomorrow when they play host to lowly Woodford in London 2NE.
The team have struggled for consistency so far this season, winning three and losing three of their league fixtures.
A number of those defeats have come from winning positions so L&Y will certainly be on their guard when they take on a side that have lost all but one of their matches so far.
A number of young players were given a run-out in last week's Senior Vase victory over St Albans but there should be a more familiar line-up on show tomorrow.
In the same division Beccles play host to third-placed Chelmsford looking for their first league win of the campaign.
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The Bulls, who were knocked out of the Vase at Welwyn last week, will have to be at their best if they are going to spring an upset, with Chelmsford having won five out of six so far.
• The first Norfolk junior matches of the season take place on November 20. The U14 A and B teams face Suffolk at Diss (kick-off 2.15pm) while the U15 and U16 teams play Suffolk at West Norfolk (also 2.15pm).
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