Five reasons to look ahead to Curzon Ashton
Dinanga back in business
Marcus Dinanga put up a heroic display last week in the 2-1 victory over Guiseley with the striker managing to switch around a one nil deficit when scoring after half time where he prodded in from inside the six yard area. Before he went on to get the winner after a loose ball fell towards his feet and with it been him and just the keeper, he timed the finish to perfection to get the three points for the Bucks. DInanga will fancy more goals Saturday as the forward now has nine goals for the season in the league and one more will take him to double figures.
Bucks record first away win of 2020
Not so long after recording a first home win this calendar year the Bucks looked impressive as they made the trip up to to Yorkshire last time out. Even though it was a tight game where the Bucks were made to dig in at times. The persistent threat of the counter allowed the Bucks to create the most important openings and most of all the big moments that mattered so they could take away the victory.
The visitors and a potential playoff push?
The Bucks currently find themselves not sitting in any bother of being dragged into a relegation dogfight but rather looking up and the dream of achieving a playoff place is not out of the running. First though they must look ahead to a game where on paper they will be made strong favourites and with a side who are facing relegation being the visitors then a win should be a real possibility. The away side will not make it easy that will be for sure yet with home advantage and a buoyant team spirit then that may just prove to be the difference.
Back to back wins on the horizon?
The Bucks have been short of a few things this season, that could be in the form of consistency with back to back wins not proving a regular fixture for a long enough period. Back to back wins tend to make a difference within sides seasons whether it be in the space of a week, where the confidence goes sky high with a morale boosting few wins on the board. Or even the start of a potential run that might propel a side to where they would want to be which would depend on each sides ambitions. Although it may not be season defining a few victories will certainly leave smiles on the faces of fans.
Back at New Bucks Head
This weekend the Bucks return to New Bucks Head after two away trips and that will mean Telford will look to use home advantage to claim three points Saturday. The Bucks have also seen ten goals in the last two home games with four points been added to the tally from those meetings. Saturday will produce more drama where it is not to be missed as Telford look for a late season charge to finish as high as they can. Tickets can be bought on the website or on the day from specific points onsite https://afctelfordunited.ticketco.events/uk/en