Oakwood A vs Brixton Old Boys
Thomas Parmiters School, High Elms Lane, Garston
Quality-wise, Oakwood and Brixton are streets apart right now. However, only two points separate the teams going into Sunday’s encounter, although the Oaks have three games in hand.
While Brixton are desperately scratching around for players and points, the end of the season cannot come soon enough for their fans.
Oakwood came away from last weekend’s scheduled double-header against FC Team incredibly frustrated. The conditions resulted in the action being halted at the end of the part one, after 60 minutes, and the referee ruled that play was unfit for match two. So in the end just one match of 60 minutes was played. You do the maths …
Oakwood joint-manager Ric Blank is not best-pleased with life in the MSFL at the minute, but the hope is that a positive 90 minutes at home against Brixton will improve his mood.
Adam Levine led by example once again last weekend. He took two nasty elbows but soldiered on and he is expected to take the battle to Brixton once more.
David Woolman showed the MSFL why he is rated so highly with a predatory finish last Sunday, while Sam Jacobson and Toby Levy looked class, despite the terrible conditions.
Brad Wine was the chief tormentor the last time Oakwood met Brixton. He went home with the match ball after smashing home four goals.Carl Peters and Levy completed the 6-0 demolition.
Given that Brixton were thumped 8-0 last time out, I fear for them on Sunday.
Venue – Parmiters, KO – Andy Myerson
JC star man: Sam Jacobson (Oakwood)
DC Prediction: Oakwood 5 Brixton 0