The Bulls head to the seaside tomorrow night as they take on Cleethorpes Town. The Bulls have played against Cleethorpes back in the Northern Counties days but did not play them last season. The bulls have visited Cleethorpes before and lost by 4 goals to 1 when Cleethorpes were crowned champions of the Northern Counties Premier League. The bulls also did not have much better luck in the home fixture losing by 3 goals to nil.
The Bulls have never visited the Linden Homes Club, the new home of Cleethorpes Town, as the other fixtures was at the Bradley Communications Stadium.
Cleethorpes currently sit bottom of the table with 5 points to their names. The Bulls have 10 points from their 8 games so far and will be looking to bounce back from their last 3 results, where we have lost by the odd goal.
Cleethorpes have made some strong signing for this season and will have former Stag Craig Disley in their rankings after signing from Alfreton Town on a season long loan.
The Bulls should be at full strength before the suspensions start for the two players sent off on Saturday. They will likely be unavailable for the three games starting on Saturday at home to Ossett United. Jack Steers will again be missing through injury.
For those making the trip the address is
The Linden Club