Preview: Tudors head to Chelmsford in search of second win on the spin

Oliver Hawkins netted the winner for Hemel Town against Dartford. Picture (c) Terry Rickeard
Oliver Hawkins netted the winner for Hemel Town against Dartford. Picture (c) Terry Rickeard

Hemel Town FC travel to Chelmsford tonight for their first away game of the 2015/16 National League South season.

The Tudors got off to a great start to the season on Saturday, with a win and a clean sheet against Dartford.

Oliver Hawkins netted the winner for Hemel Town against Dartford. Picture (c) Terry Rickeard

Oliver Hawkins netted the winner for Hemel Town against Dartford. Picture (c) Terry Rickeard

Oliver Hawkins scored the winning goal in the first half and Hemel held on for the three points despite a late flurry of chances for the visitors.

Chelmsford opened the season with a 2-2 draw away to league newcomers Oxford City on Saturday; goals from Hugo Skepelhorn and Charlie Henry put Chelmsford ahead twice, but the home side equalised both goals to share the points.

The Tudors and the Clarets have only met twice in competitive matches; last December Hemel lost 4-0 at Chelmsford but gained revenge with a 3-1 home win at Vauxhall Road in March.

Admission details:

Adults: £13

Concessions: £9 for O65s and students with NUS Card

Young Adults: £5

U12s: Free

Family Ticket (Two adults and two U12s): £25.00

Parking is currently free, with a small number of spaces available for disabled parking for fans with a blue badge.

While these spaces are reserved for disabled badge holders, the number of would-be users exceeds the number of spaces, and Chelmsford encourage early arrival.

Free parking is also available in nearby streets and fans are urged to park responsibly and adhere to any parking restrictions in operation. A limited number of bicycle racks are also available.