By Noah Woodland
Steven King's Gloucester City face Spennymoor Town at the TigerTurf this saturday and will look to make it three unbeaten after a 1-1 draw against Chester in midweek.
City go into this one remaining in 10th place on 44 points after two draw's in a row against play-off rivals Kings Lynn Town and Chester FC, two deserved and vital points, in the race for the prestigious play-off places.
The visitors are currently in 14th place on 42 points, with their last results being a 2-1 loss away at Kidderminster Harriers and a 2-2 draw at home to Scarborough. Most of Spennymoor's goals seem to come through Glen Taylor, who has 12 goals this season.
ABOUT SPENNYMOOR TOWN FC
Spennymoor Town FC was founded in 2005 after a unibond between Spennymoor United AFC and Evenwood Town FC. The club was originally founded in 1904.
Nickname: The Moors
Home Ground: The Brewery Field, Spennymoor (Capacity 6,700)
Players to watch: Glen Taylor, Rob Ramshaw and Reece Kendall
The reverse fixture between the two sides was held in November 2022, it was a 3-0 win for Spennymoor on their home turf, with goals coming from Glen Taylor, Dylan Boyle and Mark Anderson. Steven King's side will be looking for a spot of revenge come Saturday.