Alex Revell’s men travel to South London for a clash with Matt Gray’s newly promoted Sutton United in an important fixture this Saturday...
Stevenage will be aiming to return to winning ways after conceding a late penalty in their most recent fixture, which resulted in Boro sharing the points with Swindon Town.
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After an outstanding 2020/21 campaign which saw Sutton United secure the National League title, The Yellows have so far found life in League Two challenging. In their opening four fixtures, Matt Gray's side have picked up two points through draws with Scunthorpe and Salford, yet failed to earn points against Forest Green Rovers and Oldham Athletic.
Sutton United currently find themselves at the bottom of League Two with games in hand on all other teams. Following a tough start, Matt Gray’s side will look to achieve their first win of the season on Saturday, as well as their first win in the Football League win in their 123 year history.
Stevenage and Sutton United are two sides that are not too familiar with each other, having only battled eight times competitively. The Boro came out on top on both occasions in the 1999/00 Nationwide Conference season, and boast a 50% win record against the South London side. The Yellows will be aiming for their first victory over Stevenage since 1991, a 2-1 win the the Diadora League Cup.
Sutton United play their home games at Gander Green Lane which holds a capacity of just over 5,000. Following their promotion to League Two in May, the former artificial pitch has now been replaced with grass as well as the installation of extra seats into the stands.
The majority of the stadium is terraced, but there is seating available for both home and away fans if they wish to sit.
Supporters are encouraged to use Sutton Station (20 minute walk or get the 80/413 bus), or use Morden Underground and use the same bus numbers. Please note - there will not be any trains through West Sutton Station (next to the stadium) on Saturday 11th September.
There is also parking available for those electing to drive. Away fans should park in Gibson Road, the local municipal car park.
The SA Supporters' Coach will not be running for this game due to low numbers.
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