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16 March 2019 Venue Huish Park Attendance

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Match Preview: Yeovil Town v Macclesfield Town

15 March 2019

Macclesfield Town make the long journey down to Somerset tomorrow, as we get set to contest a relegation six-pointer with Yeovil Town.

Buoyed by an incredibly loyal and no doubt vociferous away following, Sol Campbell's side will be looking to secure all three points against a side who are undoubtedly also plagued by relegation concerns.

Last Tuesday's postponed fixture against Exeter City meant that The Silkmen now reside at the foot of the League Two table, yet with ten games everyone at the club is acutely aware of what is needed to preserve our cherished EFL status.

That starts tomorrow, as we aim to bring a vital three points back up to the Moss Rose in what promises to be a pulsating clash against The Glovers.

Speaking ahead of the game, here are Sol Campbell's pre-match thoughts -

Yeovil are currently 22nd in the League Two table, having accumulated 36 points from their 37 games so far.

Darren Way's side have contested eighteen matches in front of their own supporters this season - winning four, drawing seven and losing seven of these. However the Somerset outfit have seen a degree of resurgence of late, picking up maximum points in their last two home fixtures against Cambridge United and Morecambe respectively.

We know that it is a long journey, but we really do need as many of our loyal fans right behind us this Saturday as we look to claim three massive points in our EFL survival quest.

TICKETS

Tickets for the game are cheaper if you purchase them in advance, with the discounted priced valid right up to noon on the day of the game.

These being -

Adult - £21.00

Senior - £17.00

Disabled / Wheelchair Supporter - £17.00 (Carer admitted free of charge)

16 - 21 - £10.00

Under 16 - £3.00

You can pre-book your tickets by calling Yeovil's Ticket Office on 01935 847 888

DIRECTIONS

Take the M5 south to junction 25 (Taunton). Take the A358 signposted Ilminster until joining the A303 at Horton Cross. Continue along the A303 in an easterly direction which is signposted Andover and London until the Cartgate roundabout and then take the A3088 which is signposted Yeovil.

At the first roundabout, turn left; at the second roundabout go straight on (past the Crematorium) then at the third island, take the first exit again at the Asda roundabout into Lufton Way. The main entrance to the stadium is approx. half a mile along on the right.

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Match Report: Yeovil Town 0 - 2 Macclesfield Town

16 March 2019

Two first half goals from James Pearson and Harry Smith saw us overcome Yeovil Town on a windy afternoon at Huish Park.

In what could only have been billed as a must win game ahead of kick-off, the team went for the victory from the off and were rewarded with three precious points.

The Silkmen had the better of the first half after weathering some early Yeovil pressure which saw Fisher hit the post for the hosts when it looked easier to score.

Minutes later, however, Macc got their first when Ben Stephens picked out James Pearson who was arriving at the far post, and he kept his cool to slot us into the lead just before the 20-minute mark.

Then came Yeovil’s most threatening spell of the half, which saw them have the ball cleared off the line twice in two minutes as some desperate defending kept our lead intact.

The hosts offered little for the rest of the half and Pearson almost bagged his second of the game when his cross was taken by the wind and almost into Nathan Baxter’s net.

Then came the second, Reece Cole whipped a delightful ball into towards the far post and Harry Smith guided the ball past Baxter from a couple of yards out to double our advantage.

O’Hara also played his part in the first half, an acrobatic attempt from six yards out looked destined to hit the back of the net; but our stopper had different ideas and somehow clawed the ball away from danger with an inspired save.

Smith almost made it three just before the interval, but his curling effort from 20 yards went just wide of the far post.

Early in the second half, Elliott Durrell tried his luck with an audacious chipped effort, but his attempt sailed comfortably over Baxter and the Yeovil crossbar.

Smith almost made it three mid-way through the second half when he held off Grant and struck a volley, but the Yeovil man managed to get his foot to the ball and deflect it away to safety.

Francois Zoko came close for the hosts on the 70-minute mark when he took the ball around O’Hara, but our stopper forced him wide and his resulting cross missed all of Yeovil’s advancing players in the area.

Smith went through one on one late in the game as Yeovil threw everyone forward, but he was caught out when trying to round Baxter who smartly grabbed the ball from his feet.

Yeovil would have one more opportunity to get a goal, but Tom James saw his free-kick fly high and wide much to the delight of the travelling Silkmen faithful.

The result sees us move off the bottom of the table and up to within three points of The Glovers on a productive afternoon which demonstrated the fight and determination which will be crucial going into the business end of this campaign.

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Ticket News

Yeovil Town Ticket News

14 March 2019

Following on from two crucial home games, Macclesfield Town make the long journey down to Somerset on Saturday 16th March and further to this, we are pleased to announce the ticket news.

There will be no tickets available from the Moss Rose, yet you can secure a discounted price by contacting Yeovil direct.

Supporters wishing to pre-book can call The Glovers Ticket Office Monday to Friday between 10am - 4pm on 01935 847 888.

They hold the pre-match pricing on the day of the game up until 12pm - so supporters can call before noon on the day to take advantage of the discounts.

Ticket prices increase after this time with both pre-match and full matchday prices as per the below

 

PRE MATCH PRICES 

 

SCREWFIX COMMUNITY STAND

 

Adult

£21.00

Senior (65 and over)

£17.00

Disabled/wheelchair*

£17.00

Young Person (aged 16-21)

£10.00

Under 16

£3.00

*Carer for Wheelchair and Ambulant Disabled: FOC

 

MATCHDAY PRICES (AFTER 12PM ON THE DAY)

 

SCREWFIX COMMUNITY STAND

 

Adult

£24.00

Senior (65 and over)

£20.00

Disabled/wheelchair*

£17.00

Young Person (aged 16-21)

£12.00

Under 16

£3.00

*Carer for Wheelchair and Ambulant Disabled: FOC

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