Football this weekend: Kingstonian take on in-form Billericay

By Joe Acklam

4th Nov 2022 | Football

Kingstonian take on a Billericay side who have won their last six. Photo: Sepp from Pixabay.
Kingstonian take on a Billericay side who have won their last six. Photo: Sepp from Pixabay.

Kingstonian are taking on the bang in-form Billericay Town in Isthmian League Premier Division hoping to correct their varying form. 

The K's couldn't stop drawing early in the season, but they have now gone five games without the scores finishing level and they have won two of those games. 

Their opponents in Billericay have won six straight games in the league as they have motored up the league having won none of their opening five league matches. 

Kick-off at Imperial Field is at 3pm on Saturday. 

It is a top of the table clash for Chelsea Women this weekend in the WSL as they take on Manchester United Women. 

After losing their opening match of the season, Chelsea have won seven games straight and are level on points with United, who are top of the table, but are behind them and Arsenal on goal difference. 

Man Utd have won five out of five in the WSL so far this season, but have lost both of their WSL Cup group games on penalties against Aston Villa and Durham. 

Kick-off at Leigh Sports Village is at 6:45pm on Sunday. 

Hampton and Richmond will be looking to put to bed a tough week for them as they travel to Champion Hill to face Dulwich Hamlet. 

Hampton have had a tiring week in which their punishing schedule has caught up with them as they have lost twice and conceded nine goals without reply over the last seven days. 

Dulwich are much improved following a slow start to the season, having won three of their last five league games after winning one of their first nine. 

Kick-off at Champion Hill is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hanwell Town will be looking to arrest their recent decline in the league as they travel to Hartley Whitney on Saturday. 

The Geordies have played three straight league games away from the Powerday Stadium and have failed to pick up a win in any of those as they dropped out of the play-off places. 

They are away from home once again but face the easier prospect of playing Hartley Whitney who sit fourth from bottom, but two of their three league wins this season have been at home. 

Kick-off at the Memorial Playing Fields is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hanworth Villa can make it three consecutive wins this weekend as they play host to Binfield in the Isthmian League South Central. 

The Villains are in fine form at the moment after they won both of their games in the last week, both of them away from home against Merstham and Walton and Hersham. 

Their opponents this weekend are Binfield sit two places above them in the league, although they have lost their last two, but prior to that they had won five and drawn one of their first six games. 

Kick-off at Rectory Meadow is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Brentford Women are back in League Cup action as they look to make it two wins from two against AFC Acorns. 

The Bees saw off Newhaven of LSE Division One South in their previous fixture 2-0, but now take on a LSE Premier Division side. 

AFC Acorns have struggled to start the season, only winning one of their opening eight league matches and have not won a league match since the third game of the season. 

Kick-off at Bedfont Sports Club is at 3pm on Sunday. 


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