PREVIEW | AFC Fylde vs Chester

    The Blues will look to build on Friday’s draw with Kidderminster, as they travel to AFC Fylde for another tough test.

    Darren Stephenson, scoring for the third game in a row, and Marcus Dackers had the Blues in command at the Deva – before two goals saw Kiddy fight back to draw. Steve Watson will have been encouraged by his side though, once again proving more than a match for one of the top seven sides in the division.

    The Blues boss will be assessing the availability of both Matty Waters, who limped off injured on Friday, and Kevin Roberts – who was a late withdrawal from the match due to illness.

    Fylde picked up a point on the road on Friday at Southport, as they look to keep third spot in the table which would guarantee them a home play-off semi final.

    Kick off on Easter Monday afternoon is 3pm.


    AFC Fylde | 3rd in NLN. W:21 D:7 L:9. F:60 A:33

    Last four results…

    vs Gloucester City (a) | Lost 0-1 | Scorers: None

    vs Farsley Celtic (h) | Won 3-1 | Scorers: Own Goal, Nick Haughton (2, 1 pen)

    vs Hereford (h) | Won 2-1 | Scorers: Douglas Taylor, Sam Osborne

    vs Southport (a) | Drew 0-0 | Scorers: None

    Chester | 17th in NLN. W:10 D:9 L:17. F:64 A:67

    Last four results…

    vs Gloucester City (a) | Drew 3-3 | Scorers: Marcus Dackers (2), Declan Weeks

    vs Guiseley (a) | Won 2-0 | Scorers: Declan Weeks, Darren Stephenson

    vs Gateshead (a) | Lost 3-4 | Scorers: George Glendon, Darren Stephenson, Declan Weeks (pen)

    vs Kidderminster (h) | Drew 2-2 | Scorers: Darren Stephenson, Marcus Dackers (pen)


    The match at Mill Farm this Monday is a 3pm kick off and the postcode for the ground is PR4 3JZ.

    We have been advised of the following…


    Match tickets can be purchased online, and supporters are encouraged to do so in advance to reduce queuing times. 



    BY CAR

    Access to the site via the A585 is less than 1 mile from the M55 Junction 3 to the north, which leads to Blackpool to the west and Preston and the M6 to the east. To the south, the A585 Fleetwood Road forms the Kirkham and Wesham Bypass and connects with the A583 Blackpool Road, a main route between Blackpool and Preston.  Get directions via Google Maps.


    The closest bus stop to the ground is approximately a 5 minute walk from the centre of the site. Kirkham and Wesham Railway Station is approximately half a mile away; a comfortable walking distance. The station is operated by Northern Rail with approximately six services per hour in each direction. The No. 61 bus service offers a service every 30 minutes and connectivity through Blackpool – Preston – Kirkham.


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