Harrow Borough FC (@2.0) vs Blackfield & Langley (@2.9)

Our Prediction:

Harrow Borough FC will win

Harrow Borough FC – Blackfield & Langley Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 14:45

In 3 (100.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Below the text is a list of the direct games. In 3 (100.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. In 3 (60.00%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Teams Harrow Borough Blackfield & Langley played so far 0 matches.Harrow Borough in actual season average scored 1.67 goals per match. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. In 2 (40.00%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Blackfield & Langley average scored 2.38 goals per match in season 2019.

Their most recent cup achievements have been winning the Middlesex Senior Cup and Middlesex Charity Cup, both in 2015 and reaching the first round of the FA Cup in 2016-17, for the fourth time in their history, when they lost to Northampton Town. Harrow have won the Isthmian League Premier Division once, in 1983-84. They have won the Middlesex Senior Cup, Middlesex Charity Cup, Harrow Senior Cup and George Ruffell Memorial Shield. Their most recent league achievement has been reaching the Isthmian League Premier Division Playoffs in 2010-11. Harrow Borough have rejected the chance to join the Football Conference, now known as the National League, twice due to financial reasons.

and gaining them the nickname Boro, managed to make some gains and got elected to the Isthmian League in Division Two in 1975. In the 1960s the club began to run into financial trouble. Earlsemead Primary School was later built on this land. Coming close to liquidation, Harrow Town was forced to sell their second pitch at Earlsmead to the council to try and survive. In 1979 they were promoted, having finished second, to what was now called the Premier Division where they have played ever since. Now reduced to one pitch, the club, renamed to Harrow Borough F.C. Harrow Borough redeveloped their ground after selling the second pitch. When the Delphian League disbanded in 1964 Harrow Town were accepted into the Athenian League, where they were promoted to Division One at the first attempt having finished runners up and only missing out on the top spot on goal difference.

Harrow's form in the league dropped as well and in May 2017, Boro's long stay in the Premier Division was set to come to an end when Harrow lost 2-0 to Lowestoft Town on the final day of the 2016-17 season and saw them finish in the relegation zone. The 2016-17 season started positively with Harrow Borough reaching the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time in five years. Harrow faced English Football League side Northampton Town away and lost the tie 6-0.

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With Harrow struggling in the relegation zone, Anderson resigned in January 2015. Baker steered the club to victory in the Middlesex Senior Cup final, with a 10 win over Hanwell Town on 9 May 2015 and then led Harrow to victory in the Middlesex Charity Cup final on 1 August 2015 with a 30 win over Cockfosters to complete the 'Middlesex double'. Success in the Charity Cup final was Harrow's first since 2007 and their fifth all time. After 30 applications for the job, a shortlist of 8 was drawn up by the board.[5] On 25 January 2015, Harrow confirmed the appointment of Steve Baker as the club's new manager, arriving from Isthmian League Division One South side Chipstead having beaten off competition from Kevin Gallen and Rufus Brevett for the job.[6] Despite taking the job with the club deep in relegation trouble, a tremendous run of form saw Baker steer Harrow Borough to safety as the club ended the 2014/15 season in 16th place, as well as progressing to two cup finals in both Middlesex competitions the Middlesex Senior Cup and Middlesex Charity Cup.

The club was originally formed in 1933 under the name Roxonian F.C. They started in the Spartan League Division Two West and in 1938 they would finish second. They remained in the Spartan League until finishing runners up in 1958 and being promoted to the Delphian League. After the end of the war, the club finally made its rightful position at the top level of the Spartan League. The eruption of war in the 1940s saw Harrow Town's ascent cut short, relegating the team to Middlesex Leagues until the war finished. As only the Champions were promoted they would have to wait till the following season when they finished top under their new name of Harrow Town F.C. The war years saw Harrow Town compete in the West Middlesex Combination and then the Middlesex Senior League. to progress. and played their first season in the Harrow and District League finishing runners up. The next season saw the club move into a new ground, Earlsmead Stadium, and a new league.

Boro went out in the 2nd Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy, to AFC Hornchurch in a replay. The club could not match the exploits in the FA Cup from the previous season, going out in the 2nd Qualifying Round to Dartford. In June 2011, David Howells successor was announced. Boro also lost out in the league cup, losing to Cheshunt at home in the 3rd round, Middlesex Senior Cup losing to North Greenford United in the 2nd round and London Senior cup, losing to Hendon in the quarter finals. A massive 53 different players were used in the first team as Dave Anderson had to rebuild a squad from scratch. Dave Anderson was chosen as the man to lead Boro into the 201112 season and help to continue with the clubs non league plan.[4] He led Boro to safety in his first season, with the club finishing 17th in the Isthmian Premier Division.

In 2000 they avoided relegation by only a single goal on goal difference, earning them the nickname "Houdini Boro". In 2003 David Howell was appointed as the new manager and the performances improved immediately; in 2004 Boro lost on penalties in a play-off which would have seen them join the Conference South, the sixth tier of English football. Since the turn of the century, the club have failed to match earlier league successes and have gone on a slow decline, finding themselves often drawn into relegation battles.

The motto reads as "Salus Populi Suprema Lex" which translates from Latin as "The well-being of the people is the highest law". In 1933, the club bore the coat of arms of the London Borough of Harrow. A flaming torch can also be found on the shield, symbolising knowledge for Harrow School. A quill pen refers to Pinner and the famous authors who have lived there and finally, a small cluster of trees reflect Harrow Weald and the mound on Harrow-on-the-Hill. The shield represents various parts of Harrow. The green, horizontal bar represents the presence of the green belt in the town.


After being knocked out of the FA Cup in November, Harrow Borough sparked an unbeaten run into January before losing to Folkestone Invicta.[2] Following this, Borough sold young striker Troy Hewitt to Queens Park Rangers.[3] Borough managed to end the 201011 season strongly despite losing Troy Hewitt and finished on a good run of form. Harrow Borough lost 32 after extra time in the semi-finals to Tonbridge. A 11 draw on the final day of the season against Cray Wanderers was enough to secure a play-off spot away to Tonbridge Angels. After going 20 down early on, veteran striker Rocky Baptiste scored two goals to force extra time, but Tonbridge scored a late winner. In June 2011, long serving manager David Howell left Borough, along with assistant Ken Charlery, to join St Albans City.

In the summer and pre-season following, Borough managed to reduce debts. Harrow Borough finished the 200910 season in 14th place in the Isthmian League Premier Division. After starting the season slowly, the 201011 season saw the club qualify for the first round of the FA Cup for only the third time in their history.[1] Borough bowed out to eventual League Two champions Chesterfield 20 at Earlsmead.

Harrow Borough's colour is red, which is the colour of their home kit. They were founded in 1933 and compete in the Southern League Premier Division South. Their crest depicts the coat of arms of the London Borough of Harrow. Harrow Borough Football Club is an English football club based in Harrow, London. Harrow Borough's home ground is Earlsmead Stadium, which has a capacity of 3,070. Harrow Borough moved into Earlsmead Stadium in 1934 and have kept it as their home stadium since then.