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Match Preview : Wealdstone vs Dulwich Hamlet

Wealdstone FC host South London outfit Dulwich Hamlet in a London Derby at The Vale on Matchday 34 of the National League South.

Coming off Matchday 33 , Dean Brennan’s Wealdstone managed to keep their race for title alive as they picked a point at Princes Park : The home of Dartford FC and stayed top of the National League South.

Wealdstone and Dartford in their most recent meeting which ended in a stalemate.

Dulwich Hamlet come into this clash against high flying Wealdstone having failed to win in their last 3 games. Losses to Welling United , Bath City and Tombridge Angels.

Their most recent loss to Tonbridge Angels insured Dulwich Hamlet stayed just above the relegation zone on goal difference – having not registered 3 points on their travels since December.

Team news for Wealdstone sees the ineligibility of midfielder Kavan Cotter as he completed a loan move to Isthmian Premier side : Wingate and Finchley FC. Wealdstone’s Connor Smith is also unavailable as he serves a 2 match ban for the red he received against Dorking Wanderers.

Players to watch out for in this clash are Ross Lafayette of Wealdstone and Danny Mills of Dulwich Hamlet. Lafayette comes into this clash with 12 goals and is Wealdstone’s top scorer. Danny Mills leads the line for Dulwich Hamlet as their marksman with 13 goals to his name .

Danny Mills celebrating after he put 3 goals past Chelmsford City at Champion Hill.

The last meeting between the two sides saw Gavin Rose’s Dulwich side take all 3 points as Richard Orlu’s goal gave them a 1-0 victory back in August.

Wealdstone will be looking to break the curse at home to Dulwich. Who they’ve never managed to take maximum points off having lost one and drawn one at the only two meetings they’ve had at The Vale .

Form : W ( Win ) , D ( Draw ) , L ( Loss).

Wealdstone : WDWLD

Dulwich Hamlet : WDLLL

Ahmed Ali

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