Humber will look to get their first win in six matches, when they face Ollerton Town on Tuesday night.

With only five fixtures remaining, Humber are in need of a victory to reignite their survival hopes. The Selby based side sit seven points beneath Swallownest but could close the gap to four, heading into Saturday’s crucial clash in South Yorkshire.

That’s not to mention the two games in hand Humber additionally have.

One of those games in hand are Ollerton Town, where the last match was abandoned at 2-2 in the 80th minute.

On that occasion Ollerton were down to nine men before the fog saved them from a likely defeat. Humber will be doubly determined to grab the three points in a fixture which got away from them first time around.

Ollerton’s recent form has been that of an erratic mid table side. Winning three, drawing one and losing two.

Humber will have to be on their metal against a side which are full of goals at the minute, recording 20 in the month of March. This includes five against Armthorpe Welfare and five against Retford.

Another notable stat is that of these 20 goals, Ollerton have had ten different goalscorers.

Ollerton are statistically much better at home than away from home, sitting 8th in the home table and 15th in the away table. The visitors have collected 11 more points at home than they have away from home.

Humber and Ollerton have exactly the same goals per game statistic (1.89). However Ollerton’s defence has been a lot more watertight, letting in half as many as Humber have.

Collectively Humber and Ollerton have seven games without a win.

Ollerton are more than capable of getting clean sheets, having the seventh best clean sheet record in the league (9).

Humber have only won one midweek match this year, which came against Brigg Town at the start of month.

Ollerton have one of the lowest average number of supporting fans per match in the league (89), two lower than Humber.

Thank you for your continued support. Come down and show the same support to the lads this Tuesday, when they need it the most.

March 28, 2022