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Easter weekend sees Bromley engaged in two Vanarama National League fixtures: at home on Good Friday and away on Easter Monday.

On Good Friday Bromley entertain Wealdstone, kick-off 3.00 pm, who they will meet for the first time this season, and the first time since 28 December 2014 following the visitors promotion from Conference South at the end of last season.

On their last visit to Hayes Lane in that League’s return fixture, the two Clubs drew 1-1 and Bromley’s goal scorer that day was Moses Ademola – who changed his name at the end of that season to Moses Emmanuel and is now a member of Wealdstone’s playing staff.  He was also on target, together with Pierre Joseph-Dubois, Damian Scannell and Louis Dennis in Bromley’s 4-0 success on 30 August 2014 at Grosvenor Vale.

Wealdstone started the season brightly with reasonable success, but recent results have seen them slip down the table where they are in 19th position with 29 points from 28 games after last weekend’s fixtures in which Wealdstone were without a fixture.

Bromley are due to travel to Middlesex for the return fixture on 11th May.

Preview by John Self

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