Ashford take on Guildford City this afternoon at Short Lane.

Guildford are currently in mid-table sitting in 11th place but have suffered something of a slump, losing all their last four matches, the most recent being a 1-5 reverse at home to Epsom & Ewell.  In an extraordinary game at The Spectrum earlier in the season, Ashford came from behind when very late goals gave us a 3-1 victory right at the death and something very similar happened the previous season, which does at least illustrate that the lads never give up.

It is now pointless to go on about last week’s injustice but two wins in midweek have enabled Camberley to go above us on goal difference with a game in hand.  They are at home to Raynes Park Vale today when one would expect them to win so today’s match assumes significant importance for us.

Camberley visit us, of course, in the semi-final of the League Cup on Tuesday evening, whilst the Middlesex Charity Cup semi-final at Hanworth Villa will take place on Tuesday 19 April, kick-off 7.30 p.m.