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PREVIEW | Yeovil Town v Cambridge United

Town return home for important league clash

22 February 2019


The Glovers return to Huish Park this weekend for a vital clash in Sky Bet League Two as Cambridge United visit.

Sitting just outside of the bottom two, the green and whites will look to end a run of six straight defeats with a much-needed three points. 

In a week which has seen the club confirm an agreed takeover subject to EFL approval, the attention now turns to the pitch for Darren Way's side. 

If fortunes are to turn it'll be without defender Tom James who'll serve the last of a four-match suspension, whilst Josh Grant (ankle), Sessi D'Almeida (shoulder) and Gary Warren (hamstring) will all remain sidelined. 

Absent since September, Omar Sowunmi returned to training last week and could be pushing for inclusion when the U's head to Somerset. 

Whoever makes the matchday 18 will be up against a Cambridge side looking to bounce back from midweek defeat. 

Colin Calderwood's side lost 2-0 at Cheltenham on Tuesday night to remain three places and six points above the green and whites. 

Saturday will be the 13th meeting between the two sides with Town boasting six wins to their name. 

Winning the first five encounters between 1987 and 2004, the Glovers have since only won one of the last seven.

That victory came at Huish Park a year ago when Nathan Smith and Alex Fisher claimed a 2-0 win. 

Graham Salisbury will be the man in charge this weekend.

His 27th match of the season, it'll be his second involving the Glovers after overseeing the Boxing Day defeat at Exeter City. 

Mr Salisbury will be assisted by Andrew Hendley and Steven Plane with Sam Allison acting as fourth official.

The pre-match thoughts of Nathan Baxter and manager Darren Way will be available on iFollow Glovers following their press conference on Friday afternoon.

On matchday, minute-by-minute updates will be provided on YTFC's official Twitter account and live matchday centre

If you’re unable to attend the game, overseas supporters can watch the game live via the iFollow Glovers service! 

A full match report will follow on at full time with post-match reaction from the manager and a member of the playing staff following soon after.

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REPORT | Yeovil Town 1-0 Cambridge United

Glovers back to winning ways

23 February 2019


The Glovers collected a vital three points in Sky Bet League Two by seeing off Cambridge United with a strong performance at Huish Park.

Disrupted by an early change inside the opening 10 minutes, the green and whites recovered to take the lead just past the midway point of the half. 

Alex Dobre's strong run and shot forced a save that was only into the path of Courtney Duffus to notch his first goal for the club. 

A confident and assured performance, Dobre almost made the lead more comfortable but the one-goal proved enough as a vital three points were collected.

Darren Way opted to make wholesale changes for the return to Huish Park with some bold selection choices.

Academy graduate, Daniel Ojo, was awarded an EFL debut at left-back whilst Yoann Arquin was deployed in the unorthodox position of centre-back. 

Recalled to action, Alefe Santos and Matt Worthington partnered up in the middle of the park whilst January acquisition Duffus was given a first start in green and white to complete the changes. 

Having featured last weekend, Craig Alcock (knee) and Alex Pattison (back) joined Omar Sowunmi (ankle), Josh Grant (ankle), Gary Warren (hamstring), Sessi D'Almeida (shoulder) and Gabby Rogers (calf) on the sidelines.  

With those injuries forcing a different looking back four, it was disrupted further just 10 minutes in when Arquin took a knock and had to be replaced by Tristan Abrahams. 

The attacker's introduction saw Bevis Mugabi move inside to accommodate Browne at right-back, with the substitute filling the wing position. 

Taking a moment to readjust to the changes the visitors enjoyed a spell of territory and forced the first save of the game from Nathan Baxter. 

Jabo Ibehre's shot from the angle had to be dealt with and was parried away by Town's captain for the day.

Settling down after the defensive disruption the hosts grew into the match with Santos beginning to pull the strings in the centre of midfield. 

Bringing others into play the Glovers soon took the lead, with Dobre doing all of the hard work. 

The Bournemouth loanee drove into the U's box before unleashing a low drive that forced Dimitar Mitov into a low save that only fell to Duffus a yard out, marking his first start in style. 

Looking rampant following the opener Way's side almost grabbed a second in as many minutes. 

Browne spotted the run of Alex Fisher through the middle and when the pass was made the striker's first-time sweeping strike trickled inches wide of the post. 

Close to doubling their lead the green and whites settled for looking comfortable, as Santos and Worthington took control in midfield whilst youngster Ojo marshaled the speedy David Amoo well. 

Keeping the threatening Cambridge man at bay for much of the opening 45 minutes it wasn't until the stroke of half-time that Amoo almost made an impact. 

Driving in off of the right-wing he raced into the box but under pressure from Mugabi blazed a strike inches over to see Town retain the lead at the halfway stage.

A rare foray forward for Colin Calderwood's side, Town were soon back on the front foot after the restart. 

Dobre, a constant thorn in Cambridge's side, almost got the goal his performance deserved only for Mitov to once again parry away the winger's venomous strike.

Facing the prospect of two defeats in a week the U's then rallied and had two good chances of their own, only failing to score due to good defending and dreadful finishing respectively. 

First up, Browne produced a perfect last-ditch challenge to deflect Ibehre's shot onto the outside of the post before Alex Jones somehow stabbed Amoo's low cross wide from inside the six yard box minutes later. 

Fortunate not to have been pegged back the Glovers then almost doubled their lead in fortuitous style. 

Duffus peeled out onto the right wing and looked to find strike partner Fisher in the middle, but his cross-cum-shot looked destined to loop into the back of the net prior to Mitov intervening and tipping over the bar.

With both sides making a number of substitutions the tempo of the match was disrupted heading into the final quarter-of-an-hour before that man Dobre almost brought it back to life. 

Cutting in from the left to brilliantly beat two defenders, he finally beat Mitov with a blistering strike only for it to somehow fly wide.

Knowing the importance of victory the home faithful rallied behind the green and whites for the closing stages and the twelfth man were left on their feet as the full-time whistle blew to applaud a strong performance and vital victory.

Yeovil Town: Baxter; Mugabi, Arquin (Abrahams 10'), Gafaiti, Ojo (Dickinson 74'); Browne, Santos, Worthington, Dobre; Fisher, Duffus (Gray 77').
Bookings: Gafaiti 55', Fisher 58', Abrahams 90', Baxter 90'
Subs not used: Nelson, Zoko, Seager, Arnold.

Cambridge United: Mitov; John (Brown 64'), Darling, Taft, Taylor; Amoo, Deegan, Maris, Lambe; Ibehre, Jones (Hepburn-Murphy 63').
Subs not used: Iron, Lewis, Davies, Osadebe. 

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Ticket News

TICKETS | Town back at HP for first of double-header

Cambridge the first visitors on Saturday

19 February 2019


After successive away trips, the Glovers are back at Huish Park for back-to-back league encounters starting this Saturday against Cambridge United.

Looking to end a run of six straight defeats, the green and whites will look to make home advantage count when the U's visit this weekend. 

Needing three points to pull away from the Sky Bet League Two relegation zone the successive home matches could prove to be vital.

Tickets for the clashes in Somerset remain on sale with savings to be made when bought in advance.


In person: Huish Park ticket office
Phone: 01935 847888
Online: Click here

A full breakdown of prices can be found here.

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