FC Halifax Town will face Salford City on Tuesday night as they look to win 4 games out of 4 at the start of this season.
The Shaymen will make the short trip to Salford to face the newly promoted side. The side backed by a few of the class of 92, haven’t registered a win after their first three games.
Jamie Fullarton and his side have started the season extremely well with everyone around the club excited at what could happen this season.
After games against Braintree Town, Barrow and Maidstone United The Shaymen have scored 7 without letting in a single goal.
With the side recently going full time the change, and the shift in the squad has bought positivity and results to the West of Yorkshire and the MBi Shay Stadium.
Halifax aren’t the only side to have a flawless record in the National League however. Chesterfield, Solihull Moors and Gateshead are yet to lose a game.
After Salford just missed out on promotion the season Halifax came up in 2017, the home side on Tuesday will be looking for revenge after it was Halifax who beat them in the playoff semi-final that year.
Salford, who currently site 21st in the National League table, lost on Saturday to 10 man Sutton United. Carl Piergianni gave his side the lead in the first half, only for Sutton to come back and win the game.
The Shaymen, however, were comfortable in there 3-0 home victory against Maidstone with Cameron King, Ben Tomlinson and Dayle Southwell the scorers.
Let’s hope that The Shaymen can keep the performances going, keep another clean sheet, score a few more goals and get another win on Tuesday!
Referee: Andrew Miller
Assistant Referees: Andrew Dallison/Daniel Locker
Fourth Official: Neil Evans
Other League Games:
AFC Fylde vs Solihull Moors, Aldershot Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge, Barrow vs Chesterfield, Boreham Wood vs Gateshead, Braintree Town vs Hartlepool United, Dover Athletic vs Havant & Waterlooville, Eastleigh vs Bromley, Ebbsfleet United vs Sutton United, Harrogate Town vs Barnet, Maidenhead United vs Wrexham, Maidstone United vs Leyton Orient, Salford City vs FC Halifax Town
There will be live updates and commentary available on the club website and Shaymen TV.
You can also follow the action via Town’s official Twitter account, @FCHTOnline.
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