Can Eastleigh put Ravens in a flap?


Eastleigh play Bromley at The Silverlake Stadium tonight in the Blue Square Bet South.

The Spitfires come into this game having won their last game 2-1 against fellow promotion candidates Chelmsford with Tommy Jordan and Jamie Slabber sealing all three points for Eastleigh.

The Ravens last game was away 2-0 win to Eastleigh rivals Havant and Waterlooville.

The last game between these two teams finished 3-0 to Bromley who had home advantage.

The last game played at The Silverlake Stadium between these two team finished 6-1 to The Spitfires with six different scorers however only two of them remain in the Eastleigh squad – Tommy Jordan and Peter Adeniyi.

Eastleigh goalkeeper Gareth Barfoot is scheduled to be back in the starting eleven after a one match ban for a straight red at the Braintree game.

Bromley’s last twenty game have seen them fail to score ten times, four times while away and have failed to keep a clean sheet four times, three of them being away.

In The Spitfires last twenty games they have kept four clean sheets, only one at home and they have failed to score only twice in their last twenty games which were both at home.

Bromley have lost four, won only one and have drawn one in their last six games.

Eastleigh have won three, drawn one and lost one in their last six games.

The Spitfires sit in seventh place, four points above ninth placed Bromley and four points away from that all important play-off spot however Eastleigh have three games in hand on Bromley and two games in hand on fifth placed Chelmsford City.

Eastleigh have a goal difference of +17 having scored 51 goals (27 of them being at home) and conceding 34 (18 of them being at home) in the league this season whereas Bromley have netted only 38 times (21 of them being away) and have conceded 46 goals (25 of them being away) in the league with a goal difference of -8.

Bromley have former Spitfire Warren McBean in their line up, the striker scored against Eastleigh the last time these two teams met.

Eastleigh and Bromley have both won three out of the last six games they have met each other in the league however Eastleigh have won two of them at home.

Lets roar on the Spitfires in this important Blue Square Bet South match at The Silverlake Stadium.