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By Ciaran Glennon
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It's another big day for Town as they travel to White Hart Lane knowing a win is crucial for their promotion dreams.

Yes, it's a clash with high flying Haringey Borough for Town this weekend and a short trip up the A10 to meet the White Hart Lane side. With talks with TFL still ongoing, it's probably too soon to think about travelling via Haringey Borough station, but there is no denying the explosive arrival Boro have made to the Premier Division this season. A dream run in the FA Cup took them all the way to the First Round proper narrowly losing out to AFC Wimbledon. Since then they have got down to business in the league and have not been out of the top two. A slight dip in form recently coinciding with Dorking stepping up their pace, has meant Haringey are more realistically looking at the play offs like the rest of us, but it's probably still a bit too early to say that for sure. Only one win from their last six games though must be setting alarm bells ringing and they will be looking to stop the rot as soon as possible.

Town are also not hitting the standards they set themselves recently with too many draws, three from the last six games, costing them a place at the play off table for the time being. They will need to kick on if they are to get back in to the right place before the end of the season. They cannot fear anyone though at this stage and Haringey pose an ominous threat but it needs to be taken head on if they are to take something from this season. The games are ticking away now. The interesting aside for this one is going up against a number of ex Towners including former skipper Mark Kirby who has performed well for Haringey this season.

The CVS Van Hire Stadium,
Coles Park,
White Hart Lane,
London, N17 7JP .
The Stadium is on the South side of White Hart Lane midway between Wood Green High Road and Tottenham High Road. It is about 500 yards West of the junction with the Great Cambridge Road (A 10) which is traffic light controlled - use right hand slip road to turn off the A 10 if approaching from the North.
The nearest National Rail Station is White Hart Lane (Note: This has not been renamed Haringey Borough yet! Do NOT travel via Haringey station).
The nearest Underground Station is Wood Green.
Bus W3 from both of those stations passes the ground - journey time about 5 minutes.

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Haringey Borough FC

Haringey Borough FC

Coles Park Stadium,
White Hart Lane
London
Greater London
N17 7JP

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Match details

Match date

Sat 23, Mar 2019

Kickoff

15:00

Meet time

14:00

Instructions

The Stadium is on the South side of White Hart Lane midway between Wood Green High Road and Tottenham High Road. It is about 500 yards West of the junction with the Great Cambridge Road (A 10) which is traffic light controlled - use right hand slip road to turn off the A 10 if approaching from the North. It is about a 25 to 30 minute drive along the A10 towards Central London from its junction with the M25 (Junction 25).

The nearest National Rail Station is White Hart Lane. The nearest Underground Station is Wood Green. Bus W3 from both of those stations passes the ground - journey time about 5 minutes.

There is parking space for over 100 vehicles at their Stadium, so supporters travelling by car are advised to allow time to find parking.

Spectators entrance £10 (£5 concessions - Under 16s free)

Attendance

875

Competition

Premier Division

League position

2
Haringey Borough
7
Enfield Town
Matt Nolan

Player of the match

Matt Nolan