15 Feb 2018 in News
Curzon return to action this Saturday at 3pm as they host play-off, pushing York City at the Tameside Stadium.
The Nash head into the game on the back of an impressive win away to A.F.C. Telford United on Tuesday night.
Goals from James Baillie and new signings, Jake Dunwoody and Ben McKenna earned Curzon a superb 3-0 away win.
The win moved Curzon out of the relegation zone, and up to 17th on 34 points.
The Minstermen also come into the clash on the back of a win after they defeated table toppers, Salford City 1-0 at Bootham Crescent last Saturday.
Form wise, Flanagan and his side head into the clash on the back of two games unbeaten with a draw and win, after previously going six games without three points prior to the 3-3 draw at Boston last Saturday.
The visitors head into the game in a rich vein of form, with just one defeat in their last nine games.
The loss came in their last trip to Greater Manchester as they were defeated 2-0 by Stockport County at Edgeley Park.
The game could see a return for Joe Guest, as the wing back has completed his three-match ban after being sent off for a late challenge in last month’s 2-1 defeat away to FC United of Manchester.
Midfielder, Sam Walker gave us his thoughts ahead of Saturday’s clash.
Walker said: “Obviously they have some good players, I’m sure the manager will be planning for that but we’ve just got to go in confident, we don’t fear anyone at the moment.
Last time we met...
The last time the sides locked horns resulted in defeat for The Nash as York recorded a 2-1 win back in November.
The home side went in with a two goal lead at the break, and this proved too much for Curzon, as despite a valiant second half performance and a wonder strike from Joe Guest, Flanagan’s side went home empty handed.
Recent Form (all competitions)
Curzon Ashton: WDLLLD
Last Result: A.F.C. Telford United 0-3 Curzon Ashton, Vanarama National League North
York City: WDLDWW
Last Result: York City 1-0 Salford City, Vanarama National League North
Ashton under Lyne
Adults - £12
Concession - £6
U16 - Free with junior season ticket or school voucher
Season ticket holders will need to produce their relevant match voucher in their season ticket books to gain access.
The turnstiles will open at approximately 1.30pm
Please note there will be segregation for this fixture - away fans are to enter the ground via the turnstiles at gate 2, at the far end of the ground.
Bars and Food
Access to the conference and events room is via the main stand.
The snack bar will serve hot food and non-alcoholic drinks before the match and at half time
The Nash bar will also be open
The Atlas bar will be open for away fans and will be serving hot food, Alcohol and soft drinks.
Match Programme and Merchandise
Match programmes are priced at £2.50 and are available to buy from sellers inside the ground.
The Nash shop is located inside the ground and will selling hats, scarves, badges as well as this season's home and away replica shirts.
Car Parking and Public Transport
Parking is very limited at the ground and supporters using the clubs car park should be aware of young children in the area.
Parking is also available at Ashton Moss, only a 5-10 minute walk from the stadium.
The nearest tram stop is Ashton West at the top of Richmond Street - a five minute walk from the stadium.
Please ensure that you respect our neighbours and community and that you avoid parking on Kendal Avenue.
Thank you for your co-operation
Match Preview: Josh Lees