Horsham FC (@2.6) vs Folkestone Invicta (@2.3)
29-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Folkestone Invicta will win

Horsham FC – Folkestone Invicta Match Prediction | 29-08-2019 10:00

The manager would have quickly realised that the game looked no better from the touchline than it did from the pitch, from a Horsham perspective, with Folkestones high line catching their opponents offside countless times, and the supporters frustrations were compounded when the visitors struck a simple fifth of the afternoon. The isolated Collier could only look on, arm aloft, when Luchford found himself on the end of a long clearance to beat the offside trap and tuck the ball past the exposed Hunter.

Tom Graves came to the rescue when Everitts pass ripped open the home defence, with Graves having to throw himself bravely to block Ter Horsts shot, and there was more good defending at the opposite end of the ground when King headed down Ross Morleys free-kick with Elliott doing well to force Lewis Hamilton to shoot wide. In the closing moments of the half, Ter Horst appealed in vain for a penalty when he appeared to be taken out by Charmans mistimed challenge before the teams left the field with the home side undoubtedly grateful to be just a single goal in arrears.

Next MatchIsthmian League Premier DivisionThe Camping World Community Stadium, HorshamSaturday August 31 2019, 3:00 pmHorshamFolkestone InvictaView Fixtures

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Horsham vs Folkestone Invicta Match Preview

Directions fromMid Sussex and North SussexFrom Crawley, use the A23 until you reach the A27 where you need to go Westbound (Worthing) until you reach the roundabout at Lancing Leisure Centre. Turn left at the roundabout into Grinstead Lane. 500 yards on the right is the Harvester restaurant, turn right after the restaurant into Grinstead Avenue, left at the mini roundabout into North Road. Pass the shops until the next mini roundabout and turn right into Culver Road.

Directions from East SussexFrom Eastbourne/Hastings take the A27 through Lewes, Brighton, Hove, Portslade & Shoreham until you reach the roundabout at Lancing Leisure Centre.Turn left at the roundabout into Grinstead Lane. 500 yards on the right is The Harvester restaurant, turn right after the restaurant into Grinstead Avenue,left at the mini roundabout into NorthRoad. Pass the shops until thenext mini roundabout and turn right into Culver Road.

From Chichester along the A27 through Worthing until you reach the roundabout at Lancing Leisure Centre. Turn right at the roundabout into Grinstead Lane. 500 yards on the right is The Harvester restaurant, turn right after the restaurant into Grinstead Avenue, left at the mini roundabout into North Road. Pass the shops until the next mini roundabout and turn right into Culver Road.

Horsham

Colliers clearance went straight to Luchford and the player, who struggled to impress during a spell at Horsham a couple of seasons ago, hit an inch-perfect cross that Booth dived to head past Hunter from close range. Nat Blanks was quickest on to the loose ball and clipped the ball into the middle where Everitts first time volley was headed off the line by Charman. After a presentation acknowledging Michael Hunter having played his one-hundredth appearance for the club, Horshams new captain was soon in the action when Michael Everitts clever flick put Johan Ter Horst through only for the talented youngster to be denied by the goalkeepers legs. The early pressure continued when Matt Newman volleyed harmlessly wide from the edge of the box, from Booths lay-off, and there was no surprise when Folkestone were rewarded for their positive start with the games opening goal.

These are located on North Farm Road and Queensway, as well as street parking along North Road and at Lancing Station/Asda. We request that for matches, events and courses the alternate car parks (located just one minutes walk away) are used. Car Parking**Parking is strictly forbidden on Culver Road itself and cars may be removed**The stadium and offices are located in a residential area and cul-de-sac, and there is limited parking at the ground.

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Horsham - Folkestone Invicta

Five minutes later it was evident that the former Lewes striker had merely been setting his sights when he scored the visitors second. Apparently held up by Graves, Booth twisted and turned before curling a superb shot beyond the diving Hunter and in off the far post, leaving the keeper helpless. The Hornets almost reduced the deficit immediately when a scramble in the Folkestone area saw Junior Kaffos shot kept out by goalkeeper Tim Roberts and Morleys follow up attempt was forced behind for a corner. Hunter did well to block Ter Horsts shot but Luchford, following up, converted the rebound. With their tails momentarily up, Horsham pushed players forward for the set-piece but were hit on the counter-attack when the cross was cleared and Ter Horst hurdled Colliers challenge on halfway to leave Invicta with a two on one break.

Undoubtedly the absence of the suspended Tony Nwachukwu and Billy Dunn, who was suffering from the effects of whiplash following a car crash on Thursday night that also left team-mate Jahmahl King injured, left Horsham bereft of attacking options but the hosts inability to create anything tangible in front of goal must surely be an issue of concern for the new man in the Hornets hot seat who suggested that he wont be afraid to make brave decisions after selecting U18s full-back Ben Collier for only the youngsters second senior start.He will, though, surely have been left frustrated by some of his more senior players who seemed to lack the stomach for a fight that left the majority of the 285 crowd in sombre mood at the end of yet another winless afternoon.

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