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Haringey Borough (H) - 7th November 2023
By Josh Cole
A short turnaround for our fourth consecutive home game in the league on Tuesday as we face a struggling Haringey Borough for Matchday #12 at Hartsdown Park.
We got the win against Lewes on Saturday, securing the three points and a clean sheet in an all-round quality performance. Read the match report by clicking here.
SEASON’S SO FAR:
After the win on Saturday, we lifted ourselves up to 13th place in the league with 16 points from 11 games. Five wins, one draw and five losses see us in midtable but with our two games in hand on most of the league, we can easily rise into the top ten and maybe even the play-off places. With 15 goals scored and 18 goals conceded this gives us a goal difference of -3.
The Borough have only manged to put five points on the board and sit rock bottom of the Isthmian Premier Division, six points adrift from safety. They have picked up form over the last few games as before the last three matches they only had one point. The visitors have scored 10 goals and conceded 20 giving them a goal difference of -10.
You can view the full league table by clicking here.
LAST FIVE: MARGATE
Loss vs Harrow Borough, away (1-0) FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round
Win vs Chatham Town, home (2-0) League
Draw vs Hashtag United, home (1-1) League
Loss vs Hastings United, home (1-2) League
Win vs Lewes, home (2-0) League
LAST FIVE: HARINGEY BOROUGH
Win vs Cheshunt, away (0-2) League
Loss vs Concord Rangers, home (0-1) League
Loss vs Redbridge, home (1-2) FA Trophy 1st Round
Win vs Ipswich Wanderers, away (2-4) Velocity Cup 3rd Round
Draw vs Dulwich Hamlet, home (1-1) League
The visitors have the upper hand over the ‘Gate when it comes to the head-to-head record as we have played each other nine times since 2018 where the North London based side have four wins, the ‘Gate have three wins with two ending in a draw. The last time we met Haringey at Hartsdown Park was on the 4th October 2022 where the fixture ended 3-3 which included a 90th minute leveller from then Margate midfielder Cameron Brodie. You can recap that game by watching the highlights on our YouTube channel or by clicking here.
The game will be officiated by Joe Mckay alongside his assistants who are Ben Marshall and Nicholas Bone.
Not able to make this Tuesday night fixture? Then jump onto X and look up our official account @Margate_fc for live match updates commencing from 7:15pm!
UP THE ‘GATE
Monday, 06 November 2023
By MFC Media