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Hornets will have no problem turning over St David’s

Somerset Trojans v Southampton Rangers

Having been knocked out of the FA Cup midweek, Somerset Trojans will look to take out their frustrations on Southampton Rangers when they clash tomorrow night at Somerset Cricket Club.

Trojans are safe from the relegation battle, while the visitors will be looking to give themselves some separation from St David’s in their bid to stay up.

With little at stake for the hosts, Trojans may want to give some fringe players a chance to test the water, but Rangers will be coming for blood and three vital points.

Who scores first goal could go a long way to determining who will win the game.

Prediction: Trojans 2-0

Robin Hood v Devonshire Cougars

Advancing in the FA Cup with their win over Trojans, Robin Hood will be hunting for their first major scalp in the league after coming off a good draw against Village in their last league outing.

They have found some consistency in the league in the second half of the season and have put together a string of impressive results, which have lifted them clear of the relegation battle.

Their opponents, Cougars, are coming off a disheartening draw at home against St George’s after being two goals at one point and will be desperate for victory at BAA Field.

Prediction: Cougars 4-2

PHC v North VillageBoth sides have fallen of the pace for the race to win the league, and both need three points to have any outside chance of catching leaders Dandy Town.

Zebras lost to Hornets last weekend, while Village were held to a draw by Hood, leaving both sides five and seven points off the pace respectively.

A draw is no good to either team while a win for Village or PHC at the Southampton Oval would at least put some pressure on Town.

A goal feast is on the cards so expect a high scoring affair.

Prediction: PHC 3-2

St George’s v Boulevard

There’s nothing really at stake here with Boulevard’s final nail in their relegation coffin going in last weekend, while St George’s are six points clear of St David’s.

Blazers didn’t even show up for the their last match against Somerset due to safety concerns, and St George’s shouldn’t have any difficulty in turning over Blazers at the Wellington Oval.

Prediction: St George’s 3-1

Dandy Town v St David’s

Dandy Town will be confident of a straight forward win against relegation threatened St David’s at St John’s Field.

Five points clear at the summit, they can push even further away from second place PHC is their match don’t go their way and be within touching distance of the finish line before the season ends.

Their recent form suggest the visitors have little, if any chance, of getting a result, so look for this match to be over quickly.

Prediction: Town 4-0

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Published February 10, 2012 at 1:00 am (Updated February 10, 2012 at 7:05 am)

Hornets will have no problem turning over St David’s

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