Lewes (@2.4) vs Bowers & Pitsea (@2.4)

Our Prediction:

Bowers & Pitsea will win

Lewes – Bowers & Pitsea Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 10:00

On that subject, thank you to everyonewho continues to contribute to the fund in any way. We certainly feel that there are no teams in thisdivision that we fear nor is there anyone who appears to be throwingsilly/serious (delete as you feel appropriate on whether it is sustainable forthe Non-League game) money at it as we continue to see in some of the otherdivisions. Yet, we are ambitious and work very closely with Darren and his teamto identify players that will enhance our squad, but we will always work withinour budget and the 12th Man Fund. Obviously it is early days, and some of the results from thefirst two games are surprising as teams find their feet with new squads,management and tactics.

Ten minutes later Stacey Freeman put in a great cross which was headed behind by a Bowers defender but the resulting corner came to nothing. The home side had the first chance in the 10th minute when James Hammonds free-kick evaded everyone in the area but flew just wide of the post. It was a game of few chances, with both teams wasteful in their passing and possession.


On Tuesday night we made theshort trip to Worthing and came away with a few bruises and no points. Having just picked up a yellow, he had every right to go for a loose ball withthe keeper and I think that the reaction of the Worthing players in surroundingthe referee got him a second yellow. Theturning point was the second yellow for Stefan in the final minute of the half. To be fair we then dominated the game forthe last 40 minutes and had Dayshonnes strike gone in with 25 minutes to go wecould have gone on to get something from the game. But it wasnt to be and Ithink Darren, Ross and Codge will have learnt a thing or two about the squadafter that game.

In the final minute Kieron Pamments drive after a Hammond free-kick was blocked almost beat the keeper. Dean Bown hit the post in the last minute for the home side whilst a good shout for a penalty after Stefan Ilic was hauled down was waved away by the referee. he Rooks finally came alive with just five to play.

But we dont intend to sit on our laurels. Listening to feedback from all fans, especially you guys, is how we follow a process of constant improvement. Thats why we have made the significant changes to the look, feel and operation of the Rook Inn, our new amazing Pie, Mash and Mushy Peas hatch, card-tap machines around the ground and the introduction of new bio-degradable cups. We dont intend to stop there and having such an expert as Steve Keegan now on board, we are already in the planning stage of the next phase of improvements.

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But its goals that win gamesand we need to work on that. I think few would have said we didnt deserve our equaliserlast week against a strong Enfield Town side. Our new match analysis softwarebacked up the fact we dominated the game, with over 60% possession, more passescomplete and more shots on goal than our opponents. As a new feature in our progcasts, we will providesome stats from our previous games so you can see for yourselves on ourprevious games and the season to date.

As wedream of a trip to Wembley we can also be comforted by the fact that after theSixth Round, any previous cautions are wiped from the record. The good news is that the FA have changed the rules and forthis season. In both the FA Cup and Trophy a player will need to accumulatefour cautions before he is suspended from the next relevant cup game.

Lewes vs Bowers & Pitsea

That seasonwas notable too for their cup run in the FA Vase, which took them to thesemi-finals where they were narrowly beaten by eventual winners Morpeth Town2-1 away after drawing the home leg 2-2. In 2004 Bowers United merged with Sunday league neighboursPitsea to form Bowers and Pitsea FC. Under current manager Rob Small theyfinished runners-up in the Essex Senior League in 2015, going one better a yearlater to win the league and gain promotion to the Isthmian League.

0 matches ended in a draw. In 2 (50.00%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Bowers & Pitsea won 1 matches. In 2 (40.00%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 2.00 goals per Match.Lewes in actual season average scored 1.44 goals per match. In 5 (100.00%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Below the text is a list of the direct games. Bowers & Pitsea average scored 1.43 goals per match in season 2019. Teams Lewes Bowers & Pitsea played so far 1 matches.Lewes won 0 direct matches. In 3 (75.00%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams.

We reflected on the game. Some terrible refereeing and some disappointing gamesmanship from the home players in helping getting players booked and sent off. We will be back: The Jolly Stodgebusters Outing to Margate. Not great, but hopefully we could get up and running properly at the weekend versus Bowers and Pitsea. One point from two games. Worthing ended up 3-1 winners. But it wasnt to be. A poor first half with some poor defending against a good Worthing team.

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However, Lewes suddenly started to play some of the football we know they are capable of. Dayshonne hit the bar. Jordy scored with a screamer after 51 minutes and we found ourselves on top. With a little more luck we might even have salvaged something. Their keeper made a world class save from someone else. If it had been eleven v eleven in second half it may well have been a different story.

When did we last meetMargate?Last season we travelled down to Hartsdown Park in early September and cameaway with a 1-0 thanks to a smart headed goal by James Hammond. In the return fixture at the Pan in Decemberwas washed out after just 23 minutes with the scores at 0-0. In the re-arranged fixture in late January, therewas no break in the deadlock although with the game entering injury time, TheRooks were awarded a penalty when George Tuson-Firth was fouled by the Margatekeeper. Jonte Smith stepped up but hisspot-kick was saved, turning out to be his last kick in a Lewes shirt beforehis move to Oxford United.

As The Pan becomes more popular with away fans, the more they are prepared to come and sample our hospitality. Based on our current position in the footballing pyramid, we are seeing some of the highest attendances weve ever had at The Pan on a regular basis. Our attendances have continued to grow impressively (up by over 50% in four seasons) and we are now seeing more under-16s coming through the gate, introducing a new generation of Rooks fans to our special club.