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An agreement has been reached between the Club, FC Halifax Town and the National League to reverse our League fixtures, meaning The Shaymen will now travel to Hayes Lane this Saturday 23rd January.

With further heavy rainfall and freezing conditions expected in Halifax both Clubs have agreed to reverse the fixtures with the pitch likely to be unplayable on Saturday at The Shay.

The Ravens were due to travel to The Shay this Saturday.

Pete Wild’s men will now travel to Hayes Lane this Saturday for a 3pm kick-off. This now means that the Ravens will travel north on 24th April, which had been the original date set for the home fixture at Hayes Lane.

Information on our Matchday Live broadcast will be confirmed shortly. The Club would like to place on record our thanks to both FC Halifax Town and The National League for their cooperation in arranging this fixture.

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