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Preview at Mill Marsh Park: Bovey Tracey v Plymouth Parkway

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RYAN GERMAN must ensure his team remain focused ahead of Bovey Tracey's second biggest test inside a week, when Wayne Hilson's Plymouth Parkway visit Mill Marsh Park. (7.30pm).

As most are aware by now, Bovey Tracey are on a magnificent turn around in 2013 and that continued saturday, coming from behind within a couple of minutes against Saltash United. But the last evening midweek game featuring the Moorlanders was back in mid November when they defeated lowly Cullompton Rangers, and hope tonight is no different.

Parkway though, play many weekday games, most notably Tuesday or Friday evenings, and seem to always do well, and with a good squad at his disposal, Wayne Hilson's side will be tough opponents to break down, as Parkway are in the top 5 of teams who have conceded the least in the League so far.

Parkway have also been on great form this season, currently second in the table behind leaders Bodmin Town, but have also got the same stats as Bovey in only losing once in their last 8 games and scoring 3 in their last 2 games.

Bovey will look to have all their squad available again for this game whereas Plymouth Parkway have lost the services of striker Lewis Coombes to his former club St Blazey which has proved decisive having only scored 3 in 2 games, with his recent record and ability.

Plymouth Parkway have some key players for Bovey Tracey to watch out for including Paul Heveran. Ben Elphick is also a highly rated goalkeeper as is Tom Brooks, so both should be on top form tonight.

(Bovey Tracey from:) T Brooks, C Walters, T Arnold, R Stanbridge, A Sanderson, K Fisher, E Plackett, L Plackett, J Lewington, D Taylor, D Maric, L Head, H Roe, J Micklewright, J Welch, S Dabbs, R Jones, M Webb, J Cordice, K Light

(Plymouth Parkway from:) B Elphick, M Bonney, L Bevan, R Richards, P Heveran, S Hillson, S Cooper. D Griffiths, W Stringer, C Clarke, L Bailey, J Bass, J Heveran, W Daw

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