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Binfield FC “need to regroup” as they seek their first win in four matches

James Knight clears
Binfield lost at the weekend

Binfield will be seeking to pick up their first win in four matches when they travel to Abingdon United this evening.

The Moles’ winless run extended to three on Saturday as they suffered a 3-0 Hellenic League Cup quarter-final defeat at Wantage Town.

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The game was goalless until five minutes before half-time when Kaylem Patterson put the hosts 1-0 up.

Carlo Santoro returned from injury off the bench

Roger Herridge turned to his bench on the hour mark to welcome Carlo Santoro back from a hamstring problem but he could not have the desired effect before Jack Dunmall doubled the advantage.

Josh Howell also made a timely return from injury late on as a sub, but Wantage added a third goal at the death through Connor Mattimore.

“Another disappointing away trip,” said boss Herridge.

“Made mistakes and got punished by a good side. Need to regroup and refocus ahead of our next game on Tuesday.”

Binfield would climb two places up to 8th in the Hellenic Premier Division if they can win at Abingdon, a side who have lost their last six games.

The Moles will be without centre-back Gary Smith, who starts a three-game suspension following his red card against Ascot United last week.


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