Next up for The Reds is a trip to bogey side Trafford FC! Steve Cunny's men come off the back of a well fought draw away to Prescot Cables, with 2 new signings, Chris Chantler and Dave Sherlock, making their debut's
Here's what you need to know about our opponents:
Trafford find themselves in 9th place in the BetVictor North-West Divsion after playing 24 games so far this season, sitting on 30 points. 10 points ahead of The Reds, but having played 6 more games, meaning a run of form in our games in hand could see us rise above our hosts.
They are currently bottom of the form table after a tough festive period, losing 4 and drawing 2 of their last 6 games. All of those 4 loses, however, have come at a margin of no more than a single goal.
Since his move from The Reds, Max Hazeldine has been on fine form for Trafford, scoring 3 in his last 4 games.
Throughout this season Trafford have scored 40 goals and conceded 34, giving them a positive goal difference of 6, making them one of the highest scoring teams in the league.