The Silkmen contest their second away game of the week tomorrow afternoon, as we make the journey to the Joseph Russell Stadium to take on Prescot Cables.
David McNabb will be looking for a reaction from his side after the midweek defeat at Runcorn Linnets, as they come up against the side in ninth position within the Northern Premier League West Division standings.
Prescot have accumulated twenty-two points from their opening sixteen league fixtures and come into the game on the back of a 1 – 0 victory at Hanley Town last Saturday.
John Murphy’s 71st minute strike proved to be decisive in front of 193 spectators.
Marcelo Pitaluga is out of tomorrow’s contest, having been withdrawn on Tuesday evening after sustaining ankle ligament damage. He is currently receiving specialist treatment at Liverpool and early indications suggest that he may be ruled out until the New Year.
Joe Mason and Nathan Pennington are both potential replacements for David McNabb’s side.
Brandon Lee also faces a race against time to be fit for the game, as he continues to recover from a hamstring strain.
There will be no tickets sold in advance of the game, with pay on the gate prices mirroring the below –
Please note that ALL under-16s MUST be accompanied by an adult in order to gain admission to the ground and tickets will be sold on a CASH-ONLY basis.
Prescot have asked us to convey the fact that this policy will be followed very strictly ahead of Saturday’s game.
The Joseph Russell Stadium
On-site parking is restricted to service vehicles and special access requirements
Parking near the ground is very restricted but town centre car parks are just a few minutes walk away.
BAR / REFRESHMENT FACILITIES
There will be food and refreshment areas around the ground in addition to a Clubhouse which will be open to visiting fans.
Please note, it is not permitted to bring alcohol into the ground.
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 14:45.
You can access this via the link HERE.
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.
Pic credit – Lee Fisher.