Hall Road Rangers make the very short trip to St Mary’s College on Saturday when they face Sculcoates Amateurs.

Rangers are aiming to bounce back from two league defeats on the bounce and they’re also searching for more consistent results. Out of their 12 league games so far this season, they’ve won five, lost five and drawn two.

Scullies sit in second place in the Humber Premier League Premier Division table. They’ve won seven of their 10 league games and have 23 points on the board. Scullies also possess the best defence in the league having only conceded 10 goals.

Ben Flowerdew is the main provider of goals in the Scullies squad. Flowerdew has nine goals to his name in all competitions and was the club’s top scorer last season with 19 goals. Harry Peacock provides another attacking outlet as he has contributed four goals.

Rangers first team head coach Matt Gray expects the game to be an entertaining contest:

“We’ve not played them yet this season. From what I hear, it’s a good set of young lads.

They’re going to move the ball around quickly and look to play football. Hopefully, that’ll suit us as we like to get it down and play as well.

It should be a good game of football with two attacking sides who want to get it down. We’ve not seen much of them or played them yet, so it’s a little bit of the unknown.

I think it should be a good game with two footballing teams.”