MATCH PREVIEW | Ashton United vs Chester

    The Easter weekend signals the National League North season drawing rapidly to a close – as a Good Friday clash against Ashton United is posed to the Blues tomorrow afternoon.

    The Blues on Saturday yielded a 2-2 draw against York City, much needed after being hit for six by Stockport the Tuesday prior. Bern and Jonno would have been pleased to see their changed side come from behind on two occasions to share the spoils.

    George Waring grabbed his third for the Blues in place of the injured Akwasi Asante – all of Waring’s Chester goals have come at the Deva. Jamal Crawford made his debut from the bench and excited fans in his ten minute stint with bags of pace and direct running.

    Six points behind AFC Telford with three games to go means a play-off place looks unlikely. Nevertheless, after the despair of the 2017-18 campaign, the building blocks have been put into place for an exciting future.

    At the beginning of April, Chester’s late winner at Nuneaton relegated the Boro, and the Blues could prove to be the relegation villains again tomorrow. Ashton are four points behind Guiseley with three to play – so results elsewhere and a defeat to the Blues could send Ashton straight back down following last years promotion.

    After such a wretched away run this term, the travelling yellows could make it three away wins on the bounce tomorrow. Let’s hope they do! Kick off is 3pm.

    Our Last Match

    Form Guide – The Last Five (National League North)

    Ashton | Played 5, Won 1, Drawn 1, Lost 3

    Blyth (h) | Lost 0-3 | Scorers: None

    Stockport (a) | Lost 1-2 | Scorer: Liam Tomsett

    Leaminton (a) | Lost 0-1 | Scorers: None

    Spennymoor (h) | Won 3-0 | Scorers: Sam Sheridan, Kallum Mantack, Craig Hobson

    Guiseley (a) | Draw 1-1 | Scorer: Sam Sheridan

    Chester FC | Played 5, Won 2, Drawn 2, Lost 1

    Darlington (a) | Won 1-0 | Scorer: Simon Grand

    Chorley (h) | Draw 0-0 | Scorers: None

    Nuneaton (a) | Won 3-2 | Scorers: Akwasi Asante, Danny Livesey (2)

    Stockport (h) | Lost 0-6 | Scorers: None

    York City (h) | Draw 2-2 | Scorers: Sean Newton (OG), George Waring

    Match Details

    Kick off at Hurst Cross tomorrow is 3pm. For Sat Nav users, our postcode is OL6 8DY.

    There is no segregation tomorrow. Ticket prices for the game are as follows…

    £12 Adults, £8 Concessions available with ID-(Bus pass or Student ID). Accompanied Children U12 £3. If any supporters wish to gain entry at the concessionary rate please ensure you are prepared to supply the appropriate proof of ID.

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