Away Day: Hartlepool United

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Bromley make the journey to Victoria Park to take on Hartlepool United this evening. Kick-off in the Vanarama National League clash is 7:45pm.

On the road:

The Ravens left Bromley Football Club at 10am this morning, travelling on a VIP coach courtesy of Club sponsors Anderson Travel.


Bromley will be looking to put things right from Saturday’s frustrating home defeat to Torquay United. The last minute penalty conceded by the Ravens was described by Manager Neil Smith as “a disappointing way to lose a game”.

However, the tough away trip to Hartlepool this evening provides the best opportunity to “bounce back” in Smith’s view.

Hartlepool United are the form side in the Vanarama National League and find themselves early leaders in the pack. Three games in, the Pools are undefeated having scored eight goals and only conceding twice. The north-east club are back home having faced two away trips in the past week, the most recent being a 4-0 victory over Maidenhead United.

Hartlepool United are providing a live stream of the game tonight. For supporters not joining us in the Ravens Bar tonight for the live showing, you can find out how to watch by clicking here.


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