Town travel to Worthing for a big game this weekend. In 5th place, Worthing are in a tussle over the final play off spot at the moment, and will be focused on getting all three points from this one. The pressure will be building with only one win from their last four games, but does their win at Brightlingsea last weekend mean they have turned that corner? Worthing might also point to a sending off in two of those defeats as possible contributory factors.
Town are struggling for goals at the moment, and will also have to adapt their game to the artificial surface on Saturday. They will need to improve on the performance put in back in November when they lost 4-1. Perhaps Sam Hatton's sending off in that one was the turning point for Town. Only one goal separated the two sides at that point, but Town could not stop Worthing after that. Billy Bricknell's penalty was little consolation. They need a win desperately though to get back into the promotion mix. Two narrow away defeats will be on the mind though as both came from good attacking performances where Town didn't take their chances. A more clinical approach this weekend may pay off.
Worthing have asked all supporters travelling by car to park at Worthing High School - BN14 7AR - to take advantage of the FREE parking and to try and avoid congestion around the ground.
Directions to the ground from said place of education; Turn right out of the main gates and proceed to the mini-roundabout, go right again into Bulkington Avenue and finally, left into Woodside Road where The Bibby Financial Services Stadium will loom large on your right-hand side. This is only a few minutes walk.
One more thing to inform you all of is that Worthing now carry out bag/coat searches at the turnstiles to avoid any flares, alcohol etc being brought into the ground. You have been warned.
Bibby Financial Services Stadium
Kick off 3pm
Adult — £10.00
Concessions — £5.00
12-16 year-olds — £3
6-12 year-olds — £1
Under 6 — Free