FIXTURES & RESULTS
Match Preview - Team Solent vs Lymington Town
February 2, 2018
Match Preview – Team Solent vs Cowes Sports
December 23, 2017
Match Preview – Team Solent vs AFC Portchester
December 15, 2017
Match Report - Team Solent vs Shaftesbury
December 9, 2017
Match Preview - Team Solent vs Shaftesbury
December 8, 2017
James Taylor is optimistic ahead of trip up North.
December 1, 2017
Match Report – Team Solent vs Portland United
November 25, 2017
Match Preview – Team Solent vs Portland United
November 24, 2017
Ecstatic Solent ready for FA Vase run
November 17, 2017
Match Report – Team Solent vs Tavistock AFC
November 14, 2017
Match Report – Team Solent vs Brockenhurst
October 14, 2017
Team Solent can continue their climb up the table when they host a rigid Portland United on Saturday.
Having experienced life at the foot of the table for the first two months of the season, the Sparks have won six and drawn two of their 20 games, sharing that exact record with Fareham Town.
Fifteenth-placed Fareham entertain high flying Lymington Town which casts doubt over whether they can hold onto their position.
Solent have already tested the wits against their visitors this weekend, falling to a 6-1 defeat on the opening day of the Sydenham’s Wessex Premier Division season.
Test Park: the home of Team Solent and the venue for Saturday. (Credit – Tom Mulholland)
Portland’s Ryan McKechnie notched a brace that day, he will be eager to inflict more misery on their league compatriots.
The Blues, though, will be without the unavailable Sean Zima and Jamie Beasley, who picked up a suspension in the 2-2 draw against Hamble Club a week ago.
When the two teams met in August, James Taylor’s team was looking bleaker than it does currently.
With the university term not starting until the end of September, many of the Sparks’ top players were not available.
One of those missing for the side was Hisham Kasimu, the uncovered Solent gem who has played a fundamental role in their turnaround in fortunes, netting 14 goals in his first six league starts.
Don’t be surprised if Kasimu or Obeng get on the scoresheet against Portland. (Credit – Tom Mulholland)
He has formed a solid partnership up top with Silvano Obeng and the two will be confident their combination will pose too much of a threat to the Portland back four.
Although the two didn’t find the target in the 4-0 loss to Newport (IoW) in their last outing – a first defeat in five games – either Kasimu and Obeng have fired at Test Park since September.
This game has the makings of a goal-fest and tickets can be bought at the gate, but if you cannot make it be sure to follow the live twitter updates on @TeamSolentFC
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