Wroxham have a point to prove

Wroxham management duo Ross Potter, left, and Tom Parke. Picture: Ian Burt

Wroxham management duo Ross Potter, left, and Tom Parke. Picture: Ian Burt

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Wroxham can prove their credentials as genuine Premier League threats when they travel to second-placed Stowmarket Town.

With Felixstowe & Walton a staggering 21 points clear, it looks like the battle is on for runners-up spot, with 10 points covering the next nine teams. Wroxham are seventh, seven points behind their hosts, and face their third away league game in a row, having won at Thetford and drawn at Stanway.

Kirkley & Pakefield are on an excellent nine-match unbeaten run in league and cup and will be looking to make that double figures when they entertain Stanway.

Gorleston are turning it around under new boss Stewart Larter and will be trying to make it four unbeaten when they host Long Melford, Thetford have a trip to Coggeshall Town, Fakenham are at home to FC Clacton and Great Yarmouth Town face Ely City at the Wellesley.

In the First Division, second-placed Swaffham are at Little Oakley.

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