Real Sosobad vs Faithfold B

Real Sosobad

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Faithfold B

The next three games are absolutely massive for Faithfold, simple at that. Frustration ultimately got the better of them last Sunday, although they showed great character to come from three goals down to 3-2 against table-toppers. But in the end they were undone by the magic of Markiewicz.

KS Reunited vs Temple Fortune

KS Reunited

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Temple Fortune

Jonathan Cohen promises some changes to his starting XI as Temple Fortune go in search of back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

Having secured a terrific victory at Real last time out, the Fortune boys they can climb off the foot of the table if they take maximum points.

King Crown vs Shacharit Donetsk

Kings Crown

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Shacharit Donetsk

King Crown remain favourites to seal the runners-up spot, despite a hat-trick of defeats.

Manager Jacob Kadoch has been playing around with new systems following the losses against Shacharit, London Rovers and Faithfold B, the latter of which was overturned after the Greens fielded an ineligible player.

AC Whestone vs Jewdinese

AC Whetstone

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Jewdinese

Tension will be in the air on Sunday as two teams in need of points get ready to rumble.

Zack Collins goes into the game bang in form following his fabulous four-goal salvo against Mill Hill. He didn’t deserve to end up on the losing team. Simple as that.

Having played two games more than the Stones, ‘Nese chairman Jake Erlich knows only three points will do on Sunday.

Redbridge Jewish Care B vs Camden Park

Redbridge Jewish Care B

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Camden Park

Table-toppers Redbridge B picked up three points during the week without even playing. Sitting pretty at the summit, I’ve heard that some bookmakers have already paid out on Jon Jacobs’s men winning the title.

Brixton Old Boys vs SPEC FC

Brixton Old Boys

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SPEC FC

The season starts now for Brixton. And, er, it finishes for SPEC FC on Sunday. The league campaign that is. Quite incredible, I say. No doubt the visitors will be looking to go out with a bang as they go in search of win no. 6.

Their last performance and result was massive and manager Michael Rhodes and Ricky Lawrence are keen for a repeat performance.

Nortstar London Raiders vs Blizzard Storm

NL Raiders B

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Blizzard Storm

The race for that coveted second promotion spot is still up for grabs, and Simon Linden believes his Blizzard boys can pick NLR’s pockets.

A win on Sunday would lift them to within two points of L’Orange, and the teams meet again in a couple of weeks. Victory in both those games would really make things interesting …

Brady Maccabi vs Los Blancos

Brady Maccabi

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Los Blancos

Brady have drawn their last two games 3-3 – and that tells you everything you need to know about them right now.

They have the players and squad capable of pushing for promotion, but moments of brilliance have come hand in hand with moments of madness at the back.

FC Team B vs Oakwood B

FC Team B

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Oakwood B

Jason Stein has bolstered his squad ahead of Oakwood trip to Welwyn Garden City as the visitors attempt to gate-crash the FC Team party on Sunday.

The mighty Oaks are still gunning for a top four finish and Stein believes that victory over the leaders will make their intentions clear.

But he could help but take a swipe at his predecessor during our pre-match interview.

Woodford Wanderers vs Maccabi London Lions Blue

Woodford Wanderers

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Macabi London Lions Blue

Dumped out of the cup by Leeds Maccabi, it’s all about the league for Woodford from here on in, and survival.

Mitch Hahn’s men have seven games left, that’s 630 minutes plus a bit of injury time to save their season. The next three games – Raiders, Hendon and Oakwood – already look like a write-off, so Sunday is essentially it’s a must-win.

Hendon United Sports Club A vs North West Neasden

Hendon Utd Sports Club A

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North West Neasden

I had this marked down as a home banker until I caught up with Hendon boss David Garbacz in the run-up to the game. He told me the defending champions are down to the bare bones, so anything planning to put this on their Super 6 list should think again.

Oakwood A vs Faithfold A

Oakwood A

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Faithfold A

Ric Blank is predicting a physical encounter on Sunday when Oakwood entertain Faithfold.

Harmen vs Nortstar London Raiders A

Harmen

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Norstar London Raiders A

Match of the day sees title hopefuls Hendon and Raiders lock horns for the second time this season.

If you recall, Harmen were the first Jewish team to beat Raiders this season so there will be a certain element of revenge on the minds of Rob Richman’s men. James Gershfield, who else, was the match-winner that day.

Hendon United Sports Club B vs KS Reunited

Hendon Utd Sports Club B

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KS Reunited

Hendon will have to do without the services of Saul Cohen as they attempt to extend their winning streak to five games in a match that will be subject to a late pitch inspection.

One of thing that you are guaranteed when watching Hendon B this season is a result – they have won seven and lost seven. They do nothing by halves.