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15 April 2016


Newport County AFC

Sky Bet League 2

Saturday 16th April 2016

The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH

Referee: Iain Williamson

Kick-off: 3pm

 

Club news...

 

.Click here to find out moreSaturday's game is our official Prostate Cancer UK Awareness Match Day and we have a whole host of things going on to support the charity. 

 

Ticket news...

 

Tickets are available at in advance prices up until midnight tonight online. You can buy from either the club shop or the turnstiles tomorrow, should you wish to pay on the day at a slightly increased match day price.

 

Shop news...

 

.uy onlineBReplica shirts and kids kits are now reduced to season-low prices so come in and see us before the game! We also have offers on plenty of other items such as training wear, casual t-shirts and much more. Not able to visit us?

 


 

Team news...

 

Overall, the squad is in good shape ahead of Saturday’s game with 23 players out training on Thursday. Greg Luer and Keith Keane could both be in contention again after resuming training this week whilst Bradley Pritchard also has a chance of returning to the team.

 

Further down the line, Charlie Lee is ahead of schedule and we could see him on the pitch again before the season is out whilst it is looking like an uphill task for Adam Marriott and Lee Cox to feature again this year.

 

View from the dressing room...

 

PREVIEW: @DarrenSarll gives us the latest ahead of Saturday's game v @NewportCounty.

READ > https://t.co/d1H7phUHs5pic.twitter.com/FiA5U9z0Za

— StevenageFC Official (@StevenageFC) April 14, 2016


Sign into Boro Player HD for full build up to Saturday's game from @DarrenSarll and the skipper. pic.twitter.com/pNqLRp7aQ1

— StevenageFC Official (@StevenageFC) April 14, 2016

The story so far…

 

Newport are just two points ahead of Stevenage in the table after a turbulent season for the club on and off the pitch. Currently on a run of 5 defeats in a row and without a win in 7, Newport manager Warren Feeney has spoken about how desperate the club are to move off 41 points and secure their status in the Football League for next season.

 

Head to Head... 

 

Boro have only played Newport three times across our respective histories, the first meeting coming in December last season when Aaron O’Connor scored to help the Exiles win 2-0 at Rodney Parade.

 

Stevenage won the reverse fixture 2-1 and in our most recent meeting a late Mark Hughes goal helped rescue Boro a point.

 

Betting with Sky Bet...

 

. A £10 bet would see you pocket £24 should Boro do the business.Sky Bet with official league sponsors, 7/5Stevenage are narrow favourites for the win at 

 

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Live commentary, social media & online coverage...


 service from 14:50 tomorrow where Steve Watkins will be leading the commentary with club legend Mark Smith alongside him.Boro Player HDCan’t make it? Listen to the game live on the 

 

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