Bradford Park Avenue Preview

Bradford Park Avenue Preview

Following Gainsborough’s resilient point on the road to Spennymoor Town, Trinity look to push on as Bradford Park Avenue visit the Martin & Co Arena. With a chance to make it seven points from three matches, The Holy Blue’s manager Dave Frecklington admitted it is a great chance to extend our unbeaten run.

"We’re confident going into any game, we’re very focussed, you can see what it means to the group and they’re filling in slots now and working super hard." Frecks also added, "Hard work always beats ability if ability isn’t going to work hard and we’re starting to see that in certain games now."

Taking a look at the opposition, Bradford Park Avenue have made a solid start to their campaign under Mark Bower. Mark, who was the former Guiseley Boss actually got The Lions promoted to the National League a few seasons back. However now in charge of BPA, Bower has brought in several of his promotion Bradford Park Avenue Previewwinning squad to try and replicate what he achieved at Guiseley. Including goalkeeper Steven Drench, who has been solid at National League Level, following Bower along with the likes of Adam Boyes, Oli Johnson and Danny Boshell. Danny in particular, made 186 appearances in six years at Nethermoor Park and was another standout from the 2015 promotion season.

Trinity will certainly go into Tuesday’s encounter with confidence after an impressive point against Spennymoor, a place where other sides have struggled to pick up a positive result. Frecks will have a selection headache for sure, after all of the Trinity side have put in excellent shifts in the previous two games and will look to carry that form into tomorrow’s clash.

Meanwhile the last time Trinity faced BPA, an unfortunate 5-1 defeat occurred after the sending off of goalkeeper George Willis in the early stages of the game. At the time the Holy Blues were without a manager, as Dom Roma resigned mid-week leaving centre back Adam Quinn in temporary charge. Make sure you come down to the Martin & Co Arena tomorrow night and back The Holy Blues, who look to extend their good run of form. #inittogether

Kick off tomorrow is at 7:45pm, and prices for tomorrows clash are as follows: Adult £12, Concessions £8, Under 16’s £4, Pre-school Free.

Preview by Tom Bullivant

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