Maccabi London Lions Green vs KS Reunited

Maccabi London Lions Green

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KS Reunited

It’s been a pretty disastrous start to the season for Lions Green, results-wise.

That said, there were signs of improvement against league leaders King Crown and that might just give David Pollock and Johnny Meltzer a base to work from

Boca Jewniors vs Faithfold B

Boca Jewniors

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Faithfold B

Faithfold B are flying this season, but they could be in for a stern test against an improving Boca in Borehamwood.

Leor Harel guided them past Hendon B last Sunday in a game where keeper Dan Kosky was on top form once again, closely followed by Richard Jaffe.

Jewdinese vs Norstar London Raiders C

Jewdinese

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NL Raiders C

Last week’s win over Mill Hill was a huge result for Raiders C.

A solitary effort from Jarred Rudman was enough to cement their first victory, but the bottom line is they are still at the foot of the table and it’s important they build from there.

AC Mill Hill vs Catford & Bromley Maccabi

AC Mill Hill

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Catford and Bromley Macc.

Catford & Bromley Maccabi are out of relegation zone for now, but only on goal difference. It’s certainly tight at the bottom.

Back-to-back wins were just what Lester Jacobs ordered following the 3-1 defeat against Mill Hill in October and captain marvel Adam Luria is challenging his team to put in a repeat performance as he felt there wasn’t much between the sides that day.

SPEC FC vs Redbridge Jewish Care B

SPEC FC

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Redbridge Jewish Care B

Redbridge go into the game boosted by the news that they’ve been awarded the points for the postponed match against Brady, and enter Matchday 13 in joint-top spot.

Three points currently separate RJC and SPEC FC, though Jon Jacobs’ troops have four games in hand, and, no doubt, they will be keen to show the gulf in class with a typically fast start.

Norstar London Raiders B vs Athletic Bilbaum

Norstar London Raiders B

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Athletic Bilbaum

Forget NLR’s cup defeat last week. For me, this has home banker written all over it.

L’Orange held their own for longer than many expected against their A team in the cup last week, but the floodgates opened in the end.

Camden Park vs Los Blancos

Camden Park

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Los Blancos

Camden were left shell-shocked by Blancos last week and boss Nick Kagan hopes that a blast of his hairdryer has done the trick.

Adam Waters and Zvi Freedman were simply outstanding, but it was hat-trick hero Simon Moses who grabbed the headlines following a top-quality hat-trick. Camden simply couldn’t cope with his pace and movement on the day.

Faithfold A vs Redbridge Jewish Care A

Faithfold A

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Redbridge Jewish Care A

Bouncebackability is the name of the game for Faithfold following last week’s heart-breaking Anekstein exit at the hands of Oakwood.

It looked as though they had done enough before Brad Wine forced a late leveller and they ran out of steam in extra-time.

Hendon Utd Sports Club B vs Temple Fortune

Hendon Utd Sports Club B

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Temple Fortune

Hendon B host struggling Temple Fortune on Sunday, and manager Adam Glekin to me he plans to show no mercy on his old club.

The hosts will be able to field a “strong” line-up for the match, with captain James Neidle returning to the fold, but one regular definitely misses out. Otherwise Glekin has most of the weapons he would like at his disposal.