Robins on the road again - Huish Park awaits in-form Alty

By Joe Ward 

Alty are back on the road in Vanarama National League action on Saturday when we travel to Somerset to take on Yeovil Town (3pm kick-off). 

It's been yet another successful week for the Robins following our 3-2 victory over Maidenhead United on Tuesday night. 

Two cracking set-piece goals from Chris Conn-Clarke and a close range finish from Marcus Dinanga was just enough to extend our unbeaten run to 10 games on a bitterly cold evening at The J.Davidson Stadium. 

Phil Parkinson and his players will be hungry to produce more of the same and continue our purple patch at Huish Park this Saturday. 

For the hosts, they'll be looking to forget their last performance, following a disappointing 4-1 defeat away from home against Bromley. 

Manager's Views  

Altrincham Manager Phil Parkinson spoke with Rob Dawley following Alty's 3-2 win against Maidenhead United on Tuesday evening.  

 

 

About The Opposition

The Glovers currently sit in 19th place, having won just three of their last 12 league games. 

It's been a busy couple of weeks for Yeovil in the January transfer window, permanently signing Jordan Young from Chippenham Town, Charlie Cooper from Oldham Athletic on an 18-month contract and Jordan Maguire-Drew from Grimsby Town and landing Jack Clarke on loan from Chesterfield until the end of the season. 

The reinforcements will help offset an injury to Owen Bevan, who missed the Bromley game and would not have featured against Barnet on Tuesday night, had that game gone ahead. 

Alty and Yeovil last met earlier this season in a close encounter at The J.Davidson Stadium. Despite going down twice in that game, the Robins fought back to earn a much-deserved point, following an injury-time equaliser from Egli Kaja. 

However, much has changed since then and, if form is anything to go by, the hosts will have to work hard to keep out an Alty side which doesn't look like slowing down anytime soon.

Recent Meetings 

National League 22/23:
Altrincham 2-2 Yeovil Town, 20th August 2022

National League 21/22:
Altrincham 0-1 Yeovil Town, 15th May 2022
Yeovil Town 1-1 Altrincham, 12th October 2021

National League 20/21:
Altrincham 4-3 Yeovil Town, 22nd May 2021
Yeovil Town 2-0 Altrincham, 13th February 2021

Ticket Information

£15 – Adult

£12 – Concession (Over 65 / 16-23 / Armed Forces)

£5 – Junior (Under 16)

£3 – Child (Under 12)

Tickets are available to purchase on a matchday via the Huish Park ticket office and online, but supporters are reminded there is a £2 matchday price increase after 12 noon for Saturday afternoon matches.

Buy your tickets online to reduce queueing times!

Travel and Matchday Information

We are running a minibus to the game, but there are no seats left. If you have booked a seat, the minibus will depart from The J.Davidson Stadium (only) at 8am. 

Huish Park offers both seating and terrace options for away supporters. However, the availability of terrace tickets is decided pre-match based on the anticipated away attendance.

Match Coverage 

Radio Robins is broadcasting full live commentary on RadioAlty, with the broadcast starting at 2.30pm.

You can listen to Radio Robins on RadioAlty in any of the following four ways:

Listen live on RadioAlty: https://streams.radio.co/s4d51ef3bf/listen

Listen live on RadioAlty: https://www.radioalty.co.uk/listen.html

Download and install the RadioAlty app on Android devices from the Google Play Store.

Download and install the RadioAlty app on Apple devices from the App Store.

In addition, there will be full coverage of the match on our social media channels.

And last but not least... we sincerely hope that both sets of fans enjoy the game!

 

 

Altrincham v Maidenhead United

Altrincham FC

Altrincham v Maidenhead United

£20.00 GBP