National League South Tue 25 April Cheshunt Stadium
  • Vincent (30')
  • Dabre (40')

The Rebels come into the fixture off the back of their first defeat in five matches after Taunton Town came from behind to win 3-2 at The Cygnet Health Care Stadium

Ollie Pearce opened the scoring from the penalty spot after winning the penalty himself just after 10 minutes.

The striker was then forced off early with an injury sustained in the penalty incident.

Ibby Akanbi doubled the lead in the 43rd minute as he cut inside onto his right foot and curled in.

But, an inspired hattrick by Ross Stearn, including two from the spot, helped the Peacocks complete a comeback win.

Meanwhile, the Rebels’ hosts picked up a vital three points at the weekend to keep their survival hopes alive by beating Bath City 2-1.



The Rebels are seventh in the table with two games to play and know that a point at Cheshunt would be enough to secure their place in the playoffs

While hosts Cheshunt are 21st, on 43 points and four points from safety with two games to play.

Last six matches

22/04/23 – Bath City (H) – Won 2-1
18/04/23 – Chelmsford City (H) – Lost 1-2
15/04/23 – Ebbsfleet United (A) – Lost 0-3
07/04/23 – Dulwich Hamlet (A) – Lost 0-1
25/03/23 – Weymouth (H) – Won 1-0
21/03/23 – St. Albans (A) – Drew 1-1


Recent meetings

The two sides last met in the reverse fixture in September of last year at The Crucial Environmental Stadium:

A frantic first half saw Cheshunt race into a two-goal lead before the 20th minute.

Two goals from Mo Jammeh and one from Sammie McLeod handed the advantage back to the home side before the interval, and the score would remain 3-2 at full time.


Team News

After sustaining an injury in Saturday’s clash against Taunton, top-scorer Ollie Pearce is a doubt for the Reds going into tonight’s game.


Supporter information

Online Tickets

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Tickets purchased on the gate are an extra £2.

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