This is the Rams fourth home game in a row and they are yet to get as much as a point so far. David Chadwick and his men will be hoping that it is a different story this time out and they’ll be wanting to secure all three points at HWRS.
MATCH: Ramsbottom United vs 1874 Northwich
VENUE: Harry Williams Riverside Stadium, Bridge street, Ramsbottom, BL0 0BS
COMPETITION: Northern Premier League West Division
DATE: Saturday 10th March 2023
You can pay on the gate – CASH ONLY – adults £9, concessions £5, students (age 17-18) £6, Children under 12 £1 (with a paying adult). Pie and Peas available throughout the afternoon – and tea and coffee in a proper mug! Programmes are £2 each (you can find these just before the turnstile)
It has now been 11 games since the Rams last tasted victory and they will be certainly hoping to set the record straight this time out. An extremely disappointing result last time out will hopefully be enough to spur the lads on for this one.
Tomorrow’s opponents are in relatively good form having won two, drawn two and lost two in their past six games and that finds them sitting 12th in the league table eight places above Ramsbottom, Northwich also have 19 more points on the board than the hosts. Last time Northwich were able to record a valuable draw with table toppers Maccelsfield.
One player that the Rams need to look out for is Joe Wooley who has notched up 10 goals this term and he managed to grab one last time the two sides met back in September.
Check out our “Have We Met?” feature linked below where you can read about the history between the two clubs.
In more recent history, when the two teams met earlier this season back in September Northwich opened the scoring just 18 minutes into the game thanks to a goal from top scorer Joe Woolley. Then Rams youngster Jordan Shannon was the hero as he came off the bench to grab a 89th minute equaliser to earn Rammy a valuable point.