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13 November 2015


Yeovil Town FC

Sky Bet League 2

Saturday 14th November 2015

Huish Park, Lufton Way, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 8YF

Referee: Philip Gibbs

Kick-off: 3pm


Ticket news:


Tickets are now OFF SALE at in-advance prices but not to worry – you can still buy on the day.


Seating prices:


Adult - £22

Senior (65+) - £18

Young Person (16-21) - £16

Under 16 - £8

Under 16 (if purchased with an adult ticket) - £6


Terrace prices:


Adult - £18

Senior (65+) - £16

Young Person (16-21) - £12

Under 16 - £7

Under 16 (if purchased with an adult ticket) - £5


Don’t forget – if you are going to the game tomorrow we are offering you FREE coach travel for the FA Cup tie! Details here.


Team news:


Definitely out is Jesse Joronen who could miss the rest of the calendar year after picking up a thigh injury last weekend against Gillingham. McAllister is also obviously out for the foreseeable future after suffering further damage to his knee.


Ben Kennedy will miss the game as he is on international duty with Northern Ireland over the weekend and Jamie McCombe is available for selection again having served his one game suspension.


Jack Jebb and and Charlie Lee both re-joined training this week so could be involved whilst Dale Gorman and Ryan Johnson are close to a return to action.


View from the dressing room:


READ: Parrett eyeing victory at Yeovil to follow up last weekend's win


READ: Ronnie hoping the only way is up


READ: Teddy wants to keep Yeovil at arm's length


Sign into Boro Player HD to hear from both Teddy and Steven Schumacher ahead of the game.


The story so far…


Yeovil’s fall from grace appears to be continuing after the club find themselves in the bottom two having been relegated two seasons on the bounce.


The Glovers haven’t won in the league since September 19th, away at Crawley but have found form in cup competitions over the last week– winning away at Maidstone on Sunday in the FA Cup and beating Gillingham on penalties in the JPT on Tuesday.


Head to Head:


Stevenage and Yeovil have met 23 times across all competition and it is the Glovers with the slight edge, winning eight games to Boro’s six. The two teams have played out nine draws over the years and although we lost in our last meeting, we have won our last two games at Huish Park with an aggregate score of 9-1.


Betting with Sky Bet:


Boro are favourites for the win on Saturday (13/10) with official league sponsors, Sky Bet.


Fancy Boro to make it two 3-0 wins in a row? That would be 22/1 whilst a 2-0 win is 11/1.


With two goals in his last two games, Steven Schumacher is beginning to find his best form yet he is still 12/1 to open the scoring and 4/1 to score anytime.


Sign up to Sky Bet via the attached links to help the club earn some extra revenue!


Live commentary, social media & online coverage:


Can’t make it? Listen to the game live on the Boro Player HD service from 14:50 tomorrow where Steve Watkins will be leading the commentary, as usual.


Our Twitter page is the place to be locked in on a matchday as we provide live minute-by-minute updates during the game as well as all of the up-to-date info and plenty of fun too.


All of our key content is linked from our Twitter account so if you are following us, you won’t miss a thing.


If you aren’t following us on Instagram yet then you should be – all the best photos from before, during and after the game will be uploaded here across the weekend.


Extensive highlights and reaction will be available for Boro Player HD subscribers whilst shorter snippets will be on our YouTube page, free of charge.


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