Salisbury FC are sitting at the top of the Southern League Premier South table and welcome Hayes and Yeading to the Ray Mac tomorrow (Saturday, 11th November).
Salisbury went to to the top of the table with their last ditch win away at Harrow Borough last weekend, they currently have 33 points from their 14 matches.
Hayes and Yeading on the other hand, sit mid-table after a mixed run at the start of the season.
In their last fixture, the west London side drew 1-1 away at Dorchester Town, having comprehensively beaten Basingstoke 3-0 in the game prior to that.
Brian Dutton’s side will be looking to consolidate their position at the top of the table. The Whites have only lost once so far this season and have been improving as the team gel.
It’s also Remembrance this weekend, and Salisbury will be taking a moment before kick-off to pause and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. In a statement, the club said, “We will be holding our remembrance ceremony before Saturday’s game against Hayes & Yeading.
“We ask that supporters arrive earlier than usual as this starts at 2.50 pm. Once the ceremony begins, the entry gates will be paused during this time to allow staff time to pay their respects.
“Anyone outside the ground at this time will have to wait until the completion of the ceremony. The bar will also be closed for 15 minutes from 2.45 pm.
“We’d like to thank WO2 Branley for taking part in the ceremony and Pete Robinson for organising.”
The game kicks off at 3pm and tickets can be purchased on the club’s website – https://salisburyfc.co.uk/tickets/