Tudors ready to tackle Weymouth

Tommy Widdrington. Picture courtesy of Darren Kelly.
Tommy Widdrington. Picture courtesy of Darren Kelly.

Evo-Stik Southern Premier league action is back at Vauxhall Road tomorrow afternoon.

The game against Weymouth will be Hemel’s first home league match in over a month since the side drew with the Chesham United in early October.

The Tudors go into the game on the back of a fine 3-0 away win on Tuesday night against St Albans City in the Red Insure Cup.

Confidence is mounting at Vauxhall Road as the management team of Tommy Widdrington and Alan Kimble continue to work their magic.

The transformation in work ethic shown by the squad in the last few weeks has revived hope among the Hemel fans, and the Tudor faithful are hopeful that their side can lift themselves off the foot of the table in the next three league games.

Weymouth, though, are also showing some good form – both in the league and cup. They dispatched Thatcham Town 6-1 in the FA Trophy on Tuesday, showing they have a few goals in their locker.

The key man for Weymouth looks to be Warren Byerley. Having signed from Dorchester Town, the forward has scored 17 goals so far this season, with 7 of them coming in the league.

The latest odds for the match, courtesy of Bet365, are Hemel 13/8, Draw 13/5 and Weymouth 6/5.