9th April 2023

Yeovil Town return to Huish Park after two games on the road on Easter Monday to face Dorking Wanderers.

Following an improved showing on Good Friday, the Glovers will be looking to claim three points against the Surrey outfit.

The hosts, although most recently losing to Woking, have improved in recent weeks, climbing out of the immediate relegation conversation.

Mark Cooper’s thoughts

Speaking after Friday’s draw with Aldershot, Cooper said; “We’ve got to keep going, if we win on Monday, (the gap) could be two points.

“If we can get to the last game, who knows. Obviously we’ve got a very difficult one against Wrexham, but the others are winnable.”

Team news

Callum Harriott returned to the fold from the substitutes bench on Friday and scored on his introduction, he could be seen from the start on Monday.

Cooper will certainly be unable to call upon Alex Fisher, Jordan Stevens and Morgan Williams who will all likely sit out for the remainder of the season.

On the suspension front, Yeovil Town boast a clean record right now, with Worthington most recently returning.

A foot in the opposition camp

Dorking are certainly one of the National League’s more unique sides. Set up by a group of friends almost 25-years ago, the Wanderers have climbed the football pyramid from the local leagues to the National League.

At the front of it all is chairman and manager Marc White, a larger than life character who has been around Dorking since the club’s formation. His touchline antics will certainly keep those in the Main Stand entertained on Monday afternoon.

Amongst the Dorking camp is former Glover, Ryan Seager. After an initial loan spell, the Yeovil-born attacker signed permanently in 2019 and scored one league goal in Green & White.

Have we met before?

This will be the third meeting between the two sides this season. Thanks he first came October last year as Sam Pearson netted in a 1-1 draw at Meadowbank.

The two sides also met at Huish Park, when a depleted Town side fell to a shootout defeat after a goalless draw.


Our ‘Pack The Park’ has been extended until the end of the season. 

This means all general admission adult tickets are available for just £10, all concessions (student, armed forces, 17-21, OAP) for £5 and kids for just £1!

In addition to this, we would like to extend our thanks to our valued season ticket holders, who have shown excellent support all season. As a thank you, all season ticket holders can now bring a friend for free, for every remaining game this season. To claim this, log in to your online season ticket account on the ticket portal (HERE), and the offer will be available to redeem – any issues please contact info@ytfc.net.

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