Acle looking for revenge win over Beccles

PUBLISHED: 13:24 22 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:24 22 September 2017

Action from Acle's last meeting with Beccles Town. Picture: Richard Giles

Action from Acle's last meeting with Beccles Town. Picture: Richard Giles


Rob Taylor will attempt to get Acle off the bottom of the Premier Division when Beccles Town visit Bridewell Lane.

Taylor’s first match in charge was a 5-1 defeat away to the same opponents in the Mummery Cup.

This time it’s Premier Division action and after beating Long Stratton 2-1 in their last game, Acle will be keen for a revenge win – and, more importantly, three vital points.

With only four top-flight fixtures scheduled because of Norfolk Senior Cup commitments, Acle could jump up to mid-table.

At the top end of the table, there’s a big early-season clash at Bradenham where third-placed Wanderers and take on unbeaten leaders Harleston Town. A home win would take them joint top with Harleston, but it would take a big swing in goal difference to displace Adam Gusterson’s side. Sixth-placed Mulbarton Wanderers etertain the side immediately below them, Waveney, while Reepham are at home to Wroxham Reserves.


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