Get the latest ahead of Saturday's game on the road...
Key Matchday Info...
- Adults: £20
- Concession (60+): £16
- Young Adults (16-21/Student): £14
- Under 16: £8
- Under 12: £6
- Under 6: Free
The SFCSA coach will be running with a strict departure time of 10:00am from the Lamex Stadium. Tickets cost £25 for members and £30 non-members. Tickets can be purchased from www.sfcsa.co.uk/home/travel or by calling John Carroll on 01438 814285.
If you arrive at the ground ahead of kick-off, check out their Family Fun Day from 1pm-3pm.
Click here to view the away fans section of the Newport County website.
The drive will take around 3 hours from Stevenage and directions can be found below.
Onto the game…
A convincing win at home to Barnet on Monday was the perfect way to cap off a good Easter weekend as Dino Maamria picked up his first four points of his tenure.
On Saturday he returns to Newport County to try and lead the Super Boro to a second successive win, at the club he worked at for much of last season.
Tomorrow’s opposition still have the slimmest of chances to reach the play-offs but will need a win in-order to keep that dream alive.
After the greatest of escapes last season, many will say County are playing with house money though after a brilliant season overall.
- Referee: Ollie Yates
- Assistant Referee 1: John Farries
- Assistant Referee 2: Matt Eva
- Fourth Official: Mark Russell
The Stevenage squad is in good shape going into Saturday’s game with just Dean Bowditch (knee) and Mark McKee (calf) unlikely to be available.
After getting through unscathed from his 15 minute cameo on Monday, Matty Godden could be ready to make a return to the starting XI as he
View from the camp...
“It is good to see them do well this season, they have bounced back.
“I still think they have got a chance of the play-offs, so I am sure Saturday will be their last chance.
“They will be up for it, it is a tough place Newport, always has been, the fans get behind them and hopefully we can keep them quiet."
“It will be good to see Dino. He worked tirelessly for this football club and he was very good. We got on very well.
“Some of the players might be interested to see him and score a few points over him but for me, he’ll be welcomed with open arms.
“When I see somebody put in the amount of work that he did for Newport County AFC, a club I love, that’s good enough for me.”
One to watch...
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On the horizon...
It will be a quick turnaround for Dino's boys as we entertain Mansfield Town on Tuesday Night.
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