A look ahead to tonight's game
The Reds host Colchester United on Tuesday evening in RH11 looking to record a third straight league win.
Saturday’s 3-2 win at the Globe Arena against Morecambe was the perfect follow up to the last home game at the Checkatrade Stadium, where the side beat Luton Town 2-0.
Depending on results, another victory for Dermot Drummy’s men could push the side into the top seven.
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John McGreal’s men come into the game with four wins, two draws and three defeats from their opening nine league matches.
Their last three away games have seen a 2-0 defeat at Portsmouth, a 2-0 win away to Wycombe Wanderers, and a 1-1 draw against Barnet at the Hive on their last league road trip.
On Saturday, the Essex side suffered a 2-1 reverse at the hands of Accrington Stanley. After the two defeats before that game, McGreal’s men have responded with wins on both occasions.
One to watch:
is a 20-year old youth product of the club who has impressed already during the campaign. He missed the last part of the 2015/16 season with an ankle injury, but has certainly hit the ground running so far.Sammie SzmodicsWith three goals already to his name so far this season,
The midfielder signed a new three-year contract with the club in the summer – having spent time on loan at National League side Braintree Town.
Last Time We Met:
Exactly a month ago the two sides met in RH11 in the first group stage game of the Checkatrade Trophy. A first half goal from James Collins gave the Reds a 1-0 win over their opponents.
Mr Andy Haines will be the referee for the contest on Tuesday evening – he has taken charge of the Reds on five previous occasions.
He will be assisted by Mr Carl Fitch-Jackson and Mr Michael Webb. The fourth official will be Mr Dean Treleaven.
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Fancy a flutter?
Colchester United 13/10
it’s 6/4 for the same outcome against John McGreal's side.The Reds have scored two or more goals in their last two league matches –
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