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For our final game of the season, Notts County provide the opposition at Hayes Lane on Saturday, kicking off at the earlier time of 12.30 pm.

And for this occasion supporters will be admitted for the first time since December. Full details on our safety regulations, and how to buy your tickets, can be accessed by clicking here.

Just two weeks ago Bromley travelled to Meadow Lane and fought out a rather fortunate 2-2 draw. Since then, Notts County have gone on to guarantee their place in the end of season play offs. An away victory at Wrexham (1-0) and last Saturday’s 3-0 home win over Weymouth, will see them end the season in all probability in fifth position, depending on other results this weekend.

For Bromley’s part, it is very much a ‘must win’ situation if they are to stand any chance of a play off spot, which depends solely on what points are obtained by Eastleigh, Chesterfield and Wrexham who all have away games at Solihull Moors, FC Halifax Town and Dagenham & Redbridge respectively.

Going into the final fixture, Bromley are currently in 9th position in the table, level on points with Eastleigh in 8th position and Chesterfield in 7th, and one point behind Wrexham in 6th position; whilst FC Halifax Town are in 10th, one point behind Bromley. Any two of these Clubs could make the play offs.

Last season – the first time the two Club’s had met each other – both teams won their respective home fixtures by the same 2-1 score line.

Preview by John Self

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