Football this week: Hanwell Town look to escape league woes in the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup

By Joe Acklam

15th Nov 2022 | Football

Hanwell Town have won just once in their last seven. Photo: Jörg Struwe from Pixabay.
Hanwell Town have won just once in their last seven. Photo: Jörg Struwe from Pixabay.

Hanwell Town get to take a break from their league woes as they play host to Harrow Borough FC in the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup. 

After a strong start to the season in which the Geordies were challenging towards the top of the division, they have fallen away in recent weeks and have won just one of their last seven games across all competitions. 

They may be escaping league action, but they are still playing a fellow Southern League Premier Division side in Harrow, who sit 16th in the table and are undefeated in their last four. 

Kick-off at the Powerday Stadium is at 7:45pm on Tuesday. 

Hampton and Richmond play host to Hayes and Yeading United in the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup following their first win in five. 

Hampton are coming off their much-needed win against Chelmsford City at the weekend and now turn their attention to a competition that they have won five times since the turn of the century. 

United play at the level below the Beavers and are presently 13th in the Southern League Premier South and are without a win in five across all competitions. 

Kick-off at the Rocket Hospitality Beveree Stadium is at 7:45pm on Tuesday. 

Brentford B are looking for their third straight Premier League Cup group stage win as they face Peterborough under-21s. 

The Bees have made a roaring start to their Premier League Cup campaign, having seen off Blackburn Rovers under-21s and Aston Villa under-21s in their first two matches, scoring six goals. 

Their opposition in Peterborough are yet to have gotten their first win, having opened their group stage with a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa before losing 3-2 against Blackburn. 

Kick-off at the Lamex Stadium is at 7pm on Friday.  


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