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Preview at Mill Marsh Park: Bovey Tracey v Liverton United

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BOVEY TRACEY MANAGER Ryan German is happy to see his side back on the field this week after last week's postponement against St Austell. Bovey are one of the better sides in form for 2013 and face rivals Liverton United whose form has dipped slightly in the last month which has seen them drop from the top six to mid table.

Bovey will look to increase their good form but also look to get back at Liverton after losing 6-0 at The Blues on Boxing Day. German has faith in his players that they can turn the previous deficit around after making some key signings which have moved The Moorlanders further away from the bottom of the table.

Liverton however, have had a good first season in the Premier Division, currently mid table. Liverton have been undeafted in 6 of their 14 away League games including a 3-0 win away at second place Plymouth Parkway, whom Bovey Tracey had beaten at the start of March.

Bovey Tracey welcome back Kai Fisher for his first game since being suspended against Newquay. Dan Taylor looks fit again after being substituted for a knee injury in the same game.

Liverton United will miss Jamie Chamberlain as he serves a one-game ban, but do have a new signing in time to face Bovey. Reda Azzouz has signed from Spain after working in the area and could make his debut.

There are some excellent games scheduled tomorrow, but if you can make it to Bovey Tracey vs Liverton, please arrive early as kick-off is 11am.

Bovey (from): T Brooks, C Walters, T Arnold, A Sanderson, L Pascoe, L Plackett, R Stanbridge, E Plackett, K Fisher, D Maric, D Taylor, L Head, H Roe, J Lewington, D O'Donaghue, J Cordice, J Micklewright, K Light

Liverton United team news to follow...

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Thanks those for good opinions. Being bored is your opinion and simple, don't read it. But as Mike Sampson can only fit in the main points of a game in his reports I like fans of all clubs to hear everything that goes on. Plus previews give a club playing us an insight into how our Manager feels going into the game as well as who or who may not be available. Same with the form tables Ive done them based on how clubs are doing this month/2013 rather than trying to make it think like a league table. We play Liverton where they are also in good form this season apart from the last two games which makes for a good derby tomorrow.

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