Date: 25th September 2010 at 9:45am
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Torquay Utd V Macclesfield Town

A Benyon return suggests the highflying Gulls will not go three without scoring as the Maccs come to the coast. That said they are also unlikely to keep a third clean sheet with Simmo`s Silkmen quite the away day revellers as the Chairboys will testify.

Colin Daniel on his day is as unplayable as Zebroski and Barnett, for all his youth and inexperience, is every bit as useful as Benyon.

Interesting tussle you feel with the Macc set to spin another win against all the odds.

Vital Quotes:

Torquay Utd Team News:

Mark Ellis (foot) faces a fitness test but should play, bad news is Benyon is back up front after missing the last two 0-0 draws with a knee injury.

—————Scott Bevan (G)——————-
5 Robertson 23 Branston 4 Ellis 3 Nicholson
19 Stevens 15 Carlisle 7 Mansell 11 Wroe
———- 26 Zebroski 9 Benyon————-



16 Potter (G) 6 Charnock (D)2Rowe-Turner (D) 22 Lathrope (M) 10 O’Kane (M) 20 Gritton (F) 8 Kee (F)

Player to watch: Zebroski / Benyon

Chris Zebroski on his day the lad is simply unplayable and with Benyon back their is a hungry mouth to feed.

Macclesfield Town Team News:

Barnett will make the starting 11 although the thickness of a fiver could see Vinny get the nod over Emile. Brisley is out as is Bolland although Hamshaw Bencherif and Daniel look a great midfield trio.

—————–1 Veiga——————
–2 Reid— 5 Brown– 6 Morgan– 3 Tremarco——
—-20 Hamshaw —-4 Bencherif —-8 Draper ——–
————24 Mukendi ——— 11 Daniel—————
——————— 23 Barnett—————————


Subs
13 Jack Cudworth (G) 12 Jason Beardsley (D) 18 Matthew Lowe (D) 7 Lewis Chalmers (M) 17 Samuel Wedgbury (M) 30 Francois Kompany 9 Emile Sinclair (F)

Player to watch: Vinny, Barnett & Daniels Show

Vinny Barnett and Daniels can be devastating today

Match Facts & Stats

The Gulls

Home Record 6th
Away Record 2nd
Overall Record 4th


Biggest Home Win 3-0 Northampton Town
Biggest Away Win Lincoln City 0-2
Heaviest Home Defeat –
Heaviest Away Defeat Southend United 2-1
Highest Score 3-0 Northampton Town, Port Vale 1-2, Southend United 2-1

Heroes & Villains

Goal scorers

Chris Zebroski 4
Elliot Benyon 3
Kevin Nicholson 1
Nicky Wroe 1
Danny Stevens 1


Keeper corner (L2)
Scott Bevan Games 7 Saves 36 Clean sheets 5

Assists
Nicholson 1
Mansell 1
Zebrosk1 1
Gritton 1


Yellow Cards
Lee Mansell 4
Nicky Wroe 2
Guy Branston 2
Chris Zebroski 1
Elliot Benyon 1
Kevin Nicholson 1



Ker-Ching

Highest Gate 3567 Northampton Town
Lowest Gate 2598 Accrington Stanley
Average Attendance 3035
Total Turnstile Clicks 9106

Maccs Stats – Heroes & Villains

Home Record 23rd
Away Record 5TH
Overall Record 22nd

Biggest Home Win –
Biggest Away Win – 1-2 Wycombe
Heaviest Home Defeat 0-2 Stockport
Heaviest Away Defeat Accrington Stanley 3-0
Highest Scoring game Stevenage 2-2


Heroes & Villains


Goal Scorers

2 Tyrone Barnett, 2 Daniel 2 Mukendi, 2 Nat Brown
1 Sinclair,


Assists
2 Hamshaw
1 Sinclair
1 Brisley
1 Tremarco

Keeper Corner
Jose vega the Cape Crusader
Games 8 Saves 47 Clean sheets 0


Yellow Cards
Paul Bolland 2
Vinny Mukendi 2
Paul Morgan 1
Ross Draper 1
Carl Tremarco 1


Kerching

Highest Gate 3915 Port Vale
Lowest Gate 2720 Chesterfield
Average Attendance 3019
Total Turnstile Clicks 12,076

Match Prediction:

Two one smash and grab to Macclesfield athough the scores could be higheron both sides

Next Fixtures:

Gulls
Tues 28 Sept L2 Aldershot, A 19:45
Sat 2 Oct L2 Shrewsbury A 15:00

Macc
Tues 28 Sept L2 Crewe A 19:45
Sat 2 Oct L2 Northampton H 15:00