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WESTON CROSS THE BORDER AS THEY TRAVEL TO MERTHYR

The Seagulls will cross the border as they face Merthyr Town on Saturday 8th January, 3pm kick off.

Weston come into this fixture having rescued a point against Truro in the 94th minute. A smart Alfie Moulden finish gave Scott Bartlett’s side a point after a 2-2 draw. The other goal was courtesy of Jason Pope, nominating himself for goal of the season with an outstanding effort.

The Welsh side currently lie 21st in the league table compared to the Seagulls’ 10th position. As it stands, Weston have 23 more points than Merthyr and are just 5 points off the play-off places.

This is the second meeting between these two sides this campaign. Back in August, the Seagulls ran out 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Sam Avery, Dayle Grubb and Scott Laird.

WELSH GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE

Due to the current situation regarding Covid-19, the Welsh government have imposed restrictions on football grounds. This unfortunately means that this fixture will be played Behind Closed Doors. Please do not travel to Merthyr Town FC.

HOW TO FOLLOW THE GAME

As this game will be played behind closed doors, Merthyr Town are generously providing a free commentary service for the fixture. This can be accessed via the official

Check up on the pre-match build up and keep up to date with all the action from the match with our live twitter updates – @WSM_AFCOfficial.

We would like to remind supporters not to travel to Merthyr and instead follow this fixture digitally. We look forward to seeing you at Hayes & Yeading on Tuesday 11th of January.

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