Eastleigh take on Halifax at home

Yemi Odubade sends Eastleigh through to the next round of the Hampshire Cup (photo by Tony Smith)

Yemi Odubade sends Eastleigh through to the next round of the Hampshire Cup (photo by Tony Smith)

Eastleigh look to get back winning ways in the Vanarama Conference tomorrow after loosing 1-0 away to league leaders Barnet last Saturday.

That result put the Spitfires in 13th as former Southampton striker Sam Hoskins earned Barnet all three points just before the break.

With most Conference sides playing during the week, manager Richard Hill fielded a strong side away to Folland Sports on Monday in the Hampshire Senior Cup second round.

After the hosts took a shock lead Tony Lee equalised for Eastleigh moments after to send both clubs level going into the break.

A second half brace from Yemi Odubade made sure of a spot in the next round as the 2012 winners look to be a strong force this season.

After playing the league leaders last Saturday, Hill’s side will now play Halifax Town tomorrow at the Silverlake Stadium (3pm kick off).

The West Yorkshire side only managed to a point at home to Wrexham on Tuesday as Neil Aspin’s men were ahead twice.

Midfielder Danny Schofield and Danny Hattersley both took the lead for the Shayman however it wasn’t enough to take home all three points against the welsh club.

Despite their superior position in the league, Halifax have only lost one less game than Eastleigh this season however Aspin’s men have won three games than the Spitfires.

Tomorrow’s game should be a good battle between the two clubs so come on down to the Silverlake Stadium and roar on those Spitfires!