After only one game in December due to the weather, the Moles have a potential nine games in January. Starting with an away trip to Marlow.
Matchday: January 2, 2023
Kickoff: 3 pm
About Marlow FC
Marlow FC was formed at a meeting at the Compleat Angler Hotel on 22 November 1870. In 1871-72, they competed in the FA Cup losing 2-0 to Maidenhead in the first round. In 1881–82, they reached the FA Cup semi-finals, losing 5–0 to Old Etonians.
In more recent history, the club were in the Isthmian League’s Premier Division until being relegated at the end of the 1994–95 season. Two seasons later they were relegated again. In 2004 they were moved across to Division One West of the Southern League, and were later transferred to Division One Central. In 2011–12 the club finished bottom of this league and were relegated to the Premier Division of the Hellenic League which they won at the first attempt.
They earnt promotion back to Division One Central of the Southern League. They were moved around the leagues a few times before ending up in their current league at the end of the 2017–18.
Head To Head
The Moles have beaten Marlow twice this season, both in September and in different cup competitions. They won 4-0 in the FA Trophy at Marlow before beating them 3-0 in the Velocity Trophy two weeks later at Hill Farm Lane.
Last season, the teams drew 1-1 at Hill Farm Lane whilst Marlow won the reverse fixture 3-0.
The Moles last game was a 1-1 draw away at Chipstead on the 3rd December. Marlow played Chipstead on the 28th December and won 3-1. The win leaves Marlow sitting in 3rd place whilst the Moles are 9 points behind in 8th place having played 3 games less.
About Alfred Davis Memorial Ground
Address: Oak Tree Road, Marlow SL7 3ED
Nearest Train Station: Marlow, Great Western Railway