Staines Town FC (@2.5) vs Uxbridge (@2.15)
25-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Uxbridge will win

Staines Town FC – Uxbridge Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 14:45

Louis Wells saved a Carshalton penalty in the 85th minute with Scott Taylor scoring the winning goal in extra time. They had finished second in the league and therefore gained promotion through the play-offs, beating Carshalton Athletic 10 in the final at Wheatsheaf Park on 2 May 2009. Staines had also finished as runners up in the previous season, but had lost 21 to AFC Wimbledon in the playoff final after taking a first half lead but conceding two late goals in the last seven minutes. The Swans spent five seasons in this division before winning promotion to the Conference South in 2009. During 200203 and 200304, Staines played in Division One South of the Isthmian League and on the last day of season 200304, under Steve Cordery, they secured a place in the Premier Division in the newly re-structured pyramid.

Teams Dorchester Town Staines Town played so far 12 matches.Dorchester Town won 4 direct matches. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 3.75 goals per Match.Dorchester Town in actual season average scored 1.33 goals per match. 3 matches ended in a draw. In 2 (100.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. In 2 (66.67%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Staines Town average scored 1.50 goals per match in season 2019. Below the text is a list of the direct games. In 2 (100.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Staines Town won 5 matches. In 2 (66.67%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals.

Staines Town - Uxbridge: Over 2.5 Team Goals Conceded

The club now boasts a brand new sports bar with Sky Sports football each week and refurbished changing rooms. It has been the home of the club since it was purchased in 1951. Like many football stadia, it has changed greatly over time; the most recent of these changes was the development of the main stand in the Wheatsheaf Lane End. Planning permission for this was granted by Spelthorne Council in March 2000, and Staines Town returned to the revamped ground on 22 February 2003. Wheatsheaf Park is the home of the Staines Town Football Club Wheatsheaf Park[dead link], It is situated in Wheatsheaf Lane, Staines-upon-Thames, Middlesex, TW18 2PD. Wheatsheaf Park is one of the most developed stadiums in its league.

In 2007 Staines were drawn away against League Two outfit Stockport County. A crowd of 3,460 saw Staines go behind to a Matty McNeil header but a 76th-minute equaliser from Charles-Smith earned a replay. It was announced on 12 November that the replay would be shown on Sky Sports, resulting in a 75,000 windfall for each club. Staines Town completed the improbable upset as they won the match in penalty kicks (43, two magnificent saves by Swans goalkeeper Shaun Allaway, the winning penalty scored by Dave Sargent) after drawing 11 in extra time, after having taken the lead in the eighth minute with an Adrian Toppin goal. Sir Alex Ferguson (father of Peterborough manager Darren) and Sir Trevor Brooking were among the guests of Staines Town FC on the day. The club have reached the FA Cup first round proper on six occasions, in 1879, 1880, 1984 (losing 20 at a Neil Warnock-managed Burton Albion), 2007, 2009 and 2015. In the next round they faced Peterborough United at home, and were beaten 50.

Despite a magnificent February and March when Staines Town were in the play-off places, they finished in a very creditable eighth place in their first season in the Conference South. Another significant victory was away at Chelmsford, winning 01 through a Marc Charles-Smith goal, Charles-Smith's third goal in a little over 48 hours having scored twice at Dorchester only two days previously. Two significant victories in late October 2009 were beating first place, and at the time unbeaten, Newport County 10 at home followed four days later beating third place Thurrock 12 away. Albans City. The 200910 campaign marked the Swans' first ever appearance in the Conference South and they began their journey brightly, defeating Weston-Super-Mare 01 and Dorchester Town 30. A home defeat, 12, to Havant & Waterlooville was then followed by five consecutive draws and then a 13 victory away at St. On Boxing Day 2009, Staines won 41 away to rivals Hampton and Richmond Borough, following this up by beating them 40 at the Wheatsheaf on New Years Day 2010, with Ali Chaaban scoring a hat-trick. Steve Cordery was named the Conference South manager of the month for January, 2010.

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On 28 November 2009 they earned a place in the 3rd Round Draw for the first time ever after a 11 draw against League One Millwall, Ali Chaaban scoring a 79th-minute penalty to level the score after having gone behind ten minutes earlier, in front of a 2,753 crowd. A home tie against Championship side Derby County in the 3rd Round awaited the winners of the replay, which Millwall won 40. The replay at the New Den was on 9 December and was broadcast live on the FA.com website.

We invite you to check Dorchester Town and Staines Town match statistict (Tab Stats->Match statistics), where you will find out who is the best scorer. In tab Goals stats (tab Stats->Goals stats) check how many loses and scored goals per game, how many games won and lost to zero. Check Odds stats (Tab Stats->odds), where you will find graphical statistics bet Under / Over and Handicap.In tab Form(Stats->form) you find graph teams form and a list of all matches of Dorchester Town and Staines Town in season. Our site is not limited to only as this. You will find what results teams Dorchester Town and Staines Town usually end matches with divided into first and second half. In the section Schedule you will find full schedule of both teams for the whole season. Also you can check the statistics of possession, shots, corners, offsides, and many other applications.

In their second season, the club finished top and were promoted to the Premier Division. The club bounced back five years later only for its Premier Division status to be lost again in 1993 when the club were relegated for the first time in 63 years. In a nine-year stay, the club's best finish was fourth. Again the club were promoted in 1996 and again it was quickly lost, with the club returning to Division One after only a year. The club were elected to the new Isthmian League Division One in 1973. However, a ground grading ruling meant that the club were demoted in 1984.