Dean Brennan’s side will look to make it four straight wins – when travelling to Yeovil Town this afternoon (15:00 KO) in the Vanarama National League.
All of the key information you need to know ahead of Saturday’s fixture can be found in this Match Preview.
Online and over the phone sales finish at midday on matchday, however travelling supporters can buy tickets on the day of the game from the ticket office by the Main Stand right up until kick-off.
Bees fans will be located in Block PP, P and N of the Screwfix Community Stand.
Matchday Ticket Prices:
Adult – £18
Senior (65 and over) & Military – £15
Young Person (16-21) – £15
Under 16 – £5
Under 12 – £3
Nickname: The Glovers
Stadium: Huish Park (9,565 capacity)
Manager: Darren Sarll
Top Scorer: Joe Quigley
League Position: 11th
IN: Dion Pereira (Luton Town, loan), Dan Moss (Millwall, loan), Lewis Simper (Cambridge United, loan). Sonny Blu Lo-Everton (Watford, loan), Mark Little (Bristol Rovers), Adi Yussuf (Blackpool FC), Morgan Williams (Coventry City), Dale Gorman (Glentoran FC), Mitch Rose (Boston United), Grant Smith (Chesterfield FC), Charlie Wakefield (Bromley FC), Jordan Barnett (Notts County), Jack Robinson (Middlesbrough, loan), Toby Stephens (Hemel Hempstead Town).
OUT: Chris Dagnall (Hanley Town), Carl Dickinson (Hanley Town), Charlie Lee (Billericay Town), Rhys Murphy (Southend United), Emmanuel Sonupe (Dartford FC), Gabriel Rodgers (Torquay United), Alex John (FC Merthyr Town), Jimmy Smith (Retired), Lawson D’Ath (Unassigned).
LAST TIME OUT
Yeovil Town 1-0 Stevenage FC
Emirates FA Cup
Yeovil: Grant Smith, Dan Moss, Luke Wilkinson, Max Hunt, Morgan Williams, Dale Gorman, Joshua Staunton, Matt Worthington, Charlie Wakefield (Alex Bradley 90’), Adi Yussuf (Tom Knowles 65’), Sonny Blu Lo-Everton (Reuben Reid 80’). Subs (not used): Max Evans, Ollie Haste.
Bees 3-0 Maidenhead United
Vanarama National League
Bees: Aston Oxborough, Jordan Thomas, Jamie Turley ©, Rob Hall (Daniel Powell 60’), Mitch Brundle, Ephron Mason-Clark (Serhat Tasdemir 88’), Adam Marriott (Mason Bloomfield 66’), Reiss Greenidge, Wes Fonguck, Harry Taylor, Sam Beard. Subs (not used): Jake Askew, Ben Richards-Everton.
THE OPPOSITION DUGOUT
In his relatively short playing career, Sarll spent his time in the lower divisions of the English footballing pyramid.
Operating as a midfielder, Sarll played for the likes of St Albans City and Hemel Hempstead before retiring in 2006 to go into management.
His first coaching job came at Stevenage FC in the youth set-up before moving to Brentford FC where he led the reserves briefly.
The 38-year-old then went to Rotherham as Head of Player Development, but left just one season into his tenure.
After a return to Stevenage, Sarll went to Premier League side Watford FC as the Head of Academy before being appointed Manager of Yeovil Town in 2019.
Sarll got off to an impressive start by taking all points in September 2019 which earned himself the ‘Manager of the Month’ award. Last season he guided them to16th place.
ONE TO WATCH
Quigley already has a vast amount of footballing experience in both the Football League and lower divisions whilst at the age of 24.
He started his career at AFC Bournemouth but was sent out on loan to clubs such as Newport County and Gillingham FC.
In 2018 he was released by the Cherries before enjoying short permanent spells at Maidstone United, Bromley FC, and Dagenham & Redbridge.
Quigley signed for Yeovil in 2020 has scored over 15 goals for the Glovers this season.
He also has International experience having donned the Republic of Ireland shirt at U21 level and is likely to be a threat on Saturday afternoon, should he play.
Referee: Ryan Atkin
Assistant Referee: Stuart Kane
Assistant Referee: Tom Bowkett
Fourth Official: Charlie Bullock
COME ON YOU BEES!