Lowestoft Town hope to capitalise on Hendon's poor home form

PUBLISHED: 14:39 10 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:39 10 February 2017

Michael Spillane scored twice for Lowestoft at Hendon, earlier in the season

Michael Spillane scored twice for Lowestoft at Hendon, earlier in the season

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Lowestoft Town travel to struggling Hendon tomorrow, hoping to bring to an end a run of three straight league defeats in the Ryman Premier.

The Trawlerboys have failed to score in their previous two games, both 1-0 defeats to Met Police and Tonbridge Angels, and are just below mid-table in the table, 10 points clear of today’s opponents, who occupy the final relegation spot in the division.

The game between the teams at Crown Meadow, in November, was a six-goal thriller – Lowestoft coming from 3-0 down to grab a draw, courtesy of a last-minute equaliser from Chris Henderson.

Michael Spillane had earlier given the Trawlerboys hope with a 14-minute brace, halfway through the second period.

Today’s opponents are having a tough time on their home turf this season, having won just once there all season, drawing eight and losing six games.

Town’s have won five games on the road this season.

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