Football this weekend: Kingstonian travel to high-flying Bishop's Stortford looking for first away win

By Joe Acklam

11th Nov 2022 | Football

Kingstonian are 16 games into their season and are yet to win away from home. Photo: Phillip Kofler from Pixabay.
Kingstonian are 16 games into their season and are yet to win away from home. Photo: Phillip Kofler from Pixabay.

Kingstonian's wait for an away win this season reaches the 16th game as they travel to Bishop's Stortford in the Isthmian League Premier Division. 

Lee O'Leary's men were on the wrong end of a hiding in mid-week as they lost 5-2 at Haringey Borough, with only a late double salvo making the scoreboard look more respectable and they are yet to have won a game on the road this season. 

Getting that win will be a tall order as Bishop's Stortford sit third in the table and lost their first league game since August on Tuesday as they went down 2-0 at Canvey Island. 

Kick-off at the ProKit UK Stadium is at 2pm on Saturday. 

Brentford Women will play their first ever game at the Gtech Community Stadium this weekend as they face Watford Ladies Development. 

The Bees home form has been exceptional this season as they have won all of their matches and can take confidence into playing in front of a crowd of over 7000 having won their last two matches and having not lost in the league since September. 

Watford have only played four league matches this season and have only played once in the last month, but both of their wins this season have been away from home. 

Kick-off at the Gtech Community Stadium is at 3pm on Sunday. 

Hampton and Richmond will need to turn performances into results as they travel to Chelmsford City hoping to prevent losing five straight games. 

Hampton have struggled in recent weeks as following two tired performances they have pushed Dulwich Hamlet and Ebbsfleet United to the wire but ultimately came up short and have now lost four straight matches in National League South. 

Ending that run will not be easy as having lost against table topping Ebbsfleet on Tuesday, they now face fourth place Chelmsford who have lost one match in all competitions since September and took National League Barnet to a replay in the FA Cup First Round last week. 

Kick-off at the Melbourne Stadium is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hanwell Town are looking to break a run of five without a win in the Southern League Premier as Winchester City travel to the Powerday Stadium. 

After a positive start to life in tier 7, the Geordies have hit a sticky patch as they took one point from a run of three straight away games and then lost at home on Tuesday against Merthyr Town. 

Their opposition this weekend are also lacking fluency as Winchester have lost their last two and have the league's sixth worst defensive record. 

Kick-off at the Powerday Stadium is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hanworth Villa will be looking to continue their recent upturn in form as they travel to South Park in the Isthmian League South Central. 

The Villains have followed up their three straight defeats across all competitions with a run of three undefeated as they won away against Merstham and Walton and Hersham before recovering from 2-0 down last weekend to earn a draw at home to Binfield. 

Kick-off at Whitehall Lane is at 3pm on Saturday. 


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