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Horsham v Kingstonian: MATCH PREVIEW

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Following on from last week’s dramatic FA Trophy success, the Hornets will look to claim their first league win in five games tomorrow afternoon as they face Kingstonian at The Camping World Community Stadium.

Though individual star quality may have been lacking throughout much of last Saturday’s narrow victory, the staggering scenes as Doug Tuck lashed home his first ever goal for the club served a positive reminder of what a little bit of confidence can do.

And Dom Di Paola’s men will be hoping to pick up from where they left off as they battle a Kingstonian side who will be equally as spirited following a 3-0 triumph over Brightlingsea Regent in midweek.

Their first three points since late August, Lee O’Leary’s squad have become draw specialists this campaign with over half of their 12 games in all competitions ending all square.

The K’s currently sit in 11th, just three points and four places below ourselves, albeit having played a game less, but were knocked out of the FA Trophy last weekend, succumbing to fellow Isthmian Premier side Wingate & Finchley on penalties.

As for Horsham, their home record against tomorrow’s visitors is encouraging. Without wanting to jinx proceedings, they have failed to beat us since we moved back into the town, in 2019. Most recently, in February, two howitzers from former K Tom Kavanagh, with Tom Day and Harvey Sparks wrapping up a sensational 4-0 win in front of 945!

Jack Brivio is almost at full fitness while Lee Harding and Charlie Hester-Cook have resumed training with the former expected to make his return to action very soon, potentially even tomorrow.

It’s set to be another bumper day at The Camping World Community Stadium tomorrow with another large crowd expected. Not only do we have live Premier League football before and after the main event (Leicester v Palace @ 12.30, Spurs v Everton @ 5.30), but we’ve also got live music from Paul Stanworth in the clubhouse immediately after the game.

Always a popular guest performer, make sure you stick around for some brilliant musical entertainment!

As such, we once again remind supporters to arrive early to avoid any queues outside or inside, and also to please use public transport to travel to the game.

98 and 23 Metrobus services run regularly from the town centre, Roffey and Southwater – you can find the full timetables here.

If you are travelling by car, please aim to car share, as it helps us maximise limited space in Hop Oast Park & Ride. Stadium parking is limited to players and officials only, while there is STRICTLY NO PARKING on Worthing Road, Salisbury Road, in Denne Park, Horsham Golf & Fitness, or along the stadium access lane.

Tickets will be sold at the turnstiles but for quicker entry, please buy yours online HERE. 

Finally, a huge thank you to match sponsors Lello Business. We hope you thoroughly enjoy your day! And if any other business or individual would lime to sponsor one of our other upcoming home matches and enjoy lots of VIP benefits, please email commercial@horshamfc.co.uk.

See you tomorrow! COYH!

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