Waveney looking to muscle in on top six

PUBLISHED: 10:36 29 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:36 29 September 2017

Waveney will be hoping to muscle in on the top six when they face Stalham Town. Picture: Steve Wood

Waveney will be hoping to muscle in on the top six when they face Stalham Town. Picture: Steve Wood

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League and cup share the spotlight on the Anglian Combination scene on Saturday.

In the top flight, the early-season pacesetters are without games, so eighth-placed Waveney will be looking to muscle in on the top six when they entertain Stalham Town.

Beccles Town, who were pegged back in a 3-3 draw at Acle last week, are at home to Long Stratton, while Blofield Utd entertain Reepham Town and Wroxham Reserves face visiting Mattishall.

There’s a Division Three derby of sorts in the Cyril Ballyn Cup when Hemsby entertain unbeaten joint leaders Gorleston Reserves. Buxton have an identical record to the Greens heels – they entertain Freethorpe.

Brandon welcome Hempnall, while East Harling host Poringland Wdrs and Sprowston Athletic face visiting Wells in a match-up between two Second Division teams. Swaffham Reserves are at home to Fakenham Reserves, who have Craig Rutland in charge with Trevor Daniels and Dean Betts taking charge of first team matters.

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