Martin Wilkinson is looking to his Kidlington team to cut out defensive errors as they take on Highmoor Ibis in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division at Yarnton Road tomorrow.
Kidlington’s unbeaten record fell with a 2-1 defeat at Reading Town on Tuesday, and the manager said: “We made some uncharacteristic mistakes, but I am confident that we will address these.”
Josh Crook faces a fitness check ahead of Abingdon United’s trip to Binfield.
Wantage Town Res have signed strikers Sam Slater and Ashley Bayliss.
Slater comes into the squad for the Division 1 West game at North Leigh United, but Bayliss is unavailable.
Abingdon Utd (v Binfield, away): from Zoldan, Davis, McNeill, Laurence, Alder, Younie, Doyle, McCalmon, Odhiambo, Davis, Edney, Rutherford, Andrews, Davis, Threlfall, Thorne, Hartigan, Crook.
Kidlington (v Highmoor Ibis, home); from Bawn, C Weedon, B Weedon, Blakely, L Rice, Franklin, Dawson, Duerden, Coyle, Willoughby, C Rice, Brown-Porter, Curtin, Johnson.
Wantage Tn Res (v North Leigh Utd, away): Simmonds, A Timbrell, Lovegrove, Kyberd, Hulbert-Thomas, Swain, White, Mundy, Reid, Glover, Thatcher, Whiting, Davies, Slater.
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