Barnet Football Club



Salisbury City Match Preview

General Information
• Barnet Football Club are running a five pick-up coach service to Salisbury City on Saturday 28th December. Full details are available by clicking here.
• Ticket prices are available by clicking here. 
• The weather forecast for Saturday’s match is for sunny intervals with maximum temperatures of 6C. 
• Barnet travel to Salisbury City on Saturday in the Skrill Premier.
• The Bees were beaten 1-2 last time out by Luton Town who moved to within one point of league leaders Cambridge United.
• That result ended a run of three successive wins in the Skrill Premier for the Bees who will be looking to take some key momentum in the New Year’s Day clash with Luton Town.
• The match could also see Keanu Marsh-Brown return after the winger missed the Boxing Day defeat to Luton through suspension.
• Just two points separate Barnet and Salisbury in the Skril Premier with the Bees in 7th on 39 points and the Whites in 9th on 37.
• Many tipped Salisbury for the drop prior to the start of the season but Mikey Harris’ side have been one of the Skrill Premier surprise packages. 
• The match will also see the Bees line up against former fan favourite Clovis Kamdjo who moved to the Raymond McEnhill Stadium in the summer.
Team News
• Keanu Marsh-Brown could return following a one match ban.
• Dani Lopez could make his first start since a 3-0 win over Concord Rangers in October.
• Jon Nurse is unavailable following a red card against Luton Town.
The Opposition
• Salisbury City Football Club formed in 1947 as Salisbury, they changed their name to Salisbury City in 1993.
• The Whites play their home fixtures at The Raymond McEnhill Stadium. 
• In the summer of 2009 the club faced bankruptcy and in early September they entered administration. They were fined and deducted points before being demoted two divisions in May 2010 due to a breach of Conference rules. 
• The club didn’t stay in the Southern premier League for long clinching promotion via the play-offs on penalties against Hednesford.
• The following season they finished in tenth position and last season they were promoted to the Skrill Premier via the play-offs.
• With only added time to play the Whites led Dover Athletic 1-0 but Dover equalised to force extra-time. Salisbury rallied and took a 3-1 lead and although Dover pulled one back they held on to secure a 3-2 win and promotion. 
Last Time Out
26th December 2013
Skrill Premier
Barnet 1-2 Luton Town
Barnet: Stack, Saville, Johnson, Stephens, Byrne, Cadogan (Vilhete 83), Weston, Villa (Lopez 55), Yiadom (Acheampong 92), Hyde, Nurse.
Subs not used: Jupp, Abdulla
Goals: Hyde 69.
Salisbury City
26th September 2013
Skrill Premier
Woking 1-3 Salisbury City
Salisbury City: Puddy, MacDonald ( Feeney 78), Brett, Kamdjo, Wilson, Clarke, Hart (Harvey 46), Wellard, McPhee, Sinclair, Lewis.
Subs not used: Bittner, White, Wright.
Goals: McPhee 17, Wellard 26, Harvey 90.
Previous Meeting
28th September 2013 – Barnet 3-1 Salisbury City
Two goals in two minutes helped Barnet come from 1-0 down to beat Salisbury City 3-1 at The Hive. Dan Fitchett gave the away side an eighth minute lead but the Bees hit back in the second-half with Ahmed Abdulla, who replaced the injured Mark Byrne, powering a header home on 72 minutes. One minute later man of the match Andy Yiadom burst down the right, cut inside and fired the ball into the corner before Keanu Marsh-Brown sealed the points from a deflected free-kick.