The Bees get back on the road as they travel to Eastleigh in the Vanarama National on Saturday 23rd April (15:00 KO).
This Match Preview contains all the important information you will need to know ahead of kick-off.
There will be no tickets available to buy at the turnstile, however tickets will remain on sale online until 15:00 on matchday.
Once purchased, supporters will be sent an e-ticket which can be scanned from your phone or printed out for entry into the Silverlake Stadium.
Ticket prices have risen by £5 on matchday.
Adult (22-59) – £20
Concession (60 & Over) – £15
Student (17-21) – £10
Junior (12-16) – £5
Child (11 & Under) – FREE
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Nickname: The Spitfires
Stadium: Silverlake Stadium (5,192 capacity)
Manager: Lee Bradbury
Top Scorer: Daniel Whitehall (8 goals)
League Position: 19th
IN: Brett Pitman (Bristol Rovers, loan), Brennan Camp (AFC Bournemouth, loan), Tjay De Barr Ronan Silva (Crawley Town, loan).
OUT: Tom Blair (Weymouth FC), Josh Hare (Dagenham & Redbridge), Tom Whelan (Chesterfield FC), Ben House (Lincoln City), Sam Smart (Havant & Waterlooville), Tjay De Barr (Wycombe Wanderers), Christian Maghoma (Gillingham FC), Joe Low (Bristol City).
LAST TIME OUT
Torquay United 0 – 0 Eastleigh
Vanarama National League
Eastleigh: Joe McDonnell, Brennan Camp, Michael Kelly, Sam Smart (Tyrone Barnett, 74′), Tom Broadbent, Andrew Boyce, Harry Pritchard (Dan Smith, 53′), Danny Whitehall, Danny Hollands ©, Ronan Silva, Vincent Harper. Subs (not used): Brett Pitman, Tom Bragg.
Bees 1 – 3 Southend United
Vanarama National League
Bees: Aymen Azaze, Jordan Thomas, Ben Richards-Everton, Ross Marshall, Daniel Powell (Adam Marriott 46’), Ephron Mason-Clark, Reiss Greenidge (Rob Hall 46’), Wes Fonguck, Harry Taylor ©, Ryan De Havilland, Reece Grego-Cox. Subs (not used): Jake Askew, Teddy Howe, Louis Walsh.
Lee Bradbury enjoyed a professional playing career in England and had notable spells at Portsmouth, Manchester City, Crystal Palace, Oxford United and AFC Bournemouth.
Bradbury’s first managerial role came in 2011 at the Vitality Stadium where he guided the Cherries to the League One play-offs.
Following a brief spell as a youth coach for Portsmouth, the 46-year-old joined Havant & Waterlooville as manager where he stayed for seven years.
Bradbury then went on to manage Eastbourne Borough before spending three seasons at Crawley Town as the assistant head coach.
He has been in charge of Eastleigh since February 2022 after replacing Ben Strevens.
ONE TO WATCH
Sam Smart showed promise to become a footballer from a young age, completing trials at Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland.
Spending most of his career so far at Basingstoke Town, Smart grew as a player there and scored 20 goals in the 2017/18 season.
The 23-year-old has been a threat in the games he has played for Eastleigh this season and will look to add to his goal tally should he feature on Saturday.
Referee: Lloyd Wood
Assistant Referee: Matt Eva
Assistant Referee: Peter Lowe
Fourth Official: Martin Bloor
COME ON YOU BEES!