MATCH PREVIEW: MOSSLEY V MACCLESFIELD

The Silkmen conclude the 2022/23 campaign at Mossley tomorrow afternoon, with Neil Danns’ side looking to sign-off with a final day victory.

The Northern Premier League West Division champions have already met Mossley twice this season – securing two dramatic victories in the process.

The should be a party atmosphere within the terraces at Seel Park tomorrow, with a large away contingent expected as they pay tribute to their heroes one final time.

Mossley are currently seventh in the league standings after accumulating 58 points from their 37 games played.

The come into tomorrow afternoon’s encounter on the back of a goalless draw at City of Liverpool last weekend.

TEAM NEWS

Neil Danns has no known injury concerns ahead of tomorrow’s fixture.

TICKET NEWS

Tickets can be purchased on the gate, but Silkmen fans are asked to arrive as early as possible due to the numbers expected..

Admission prices are as follows –

Adults: £10.00
Concessions (OAPs and Students): £6.00
16-17s: £3.00
Under-16s: £1.00

CLUB ADDRESS

Seel Park,

Market St,

Mossley,

Ashton-under-Lyne,

OL5 0ES.

CAR PARKING

There is a small car park at the ground with limited spaces – so fans are advised to arrive early.

A larger car park can be found near the bus station and there is plenty of street parking available.

Supporters are asked to park courteously at all times.

BAR / REFRESHMENT FACILITIES

Kiosks will be open inside the ground – serving a variety of hot and cold snacks.

Due to the game being non-segregated, Silkmen supporters will be able to access all the kiosks and toilet facilities within the ground.

MATCH COMMENTARY

If you can’t make the game then fear not, as the dulcet tones of Matthew Todd will be providing full-match commentary via our Mixlr channel from around 14:50.

You can access this via the link HERE.

MATCH UPDATES

We will also be providing live match updates on our Facebook and Twitter channels tomorrow afternoon.

For those who don’t have social media profiles, then you can access our Twitter feed via the homepage of our website.

Scroll down until you see “Social Wall” and you will be able to watch all the drama unfold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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