Date: 2nd December 2008 at 10:50am
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The Silkmen make a second trip to Wycombe to play the rearranged match which was postponed due to the blizzard.

Although the home side remain unberaten in the League so far this season, the Silkmen are in a better position than they were in the first attempt.

At that point the Silkmen came into the game on the back of a draw and two home defeats. With confidence low, it would have been a bad time to play the Chairboys (not that there is ever a GOOD time to play an unbeaten side).

Now the Silkmen have won four of the last five matches and drawn the fifth, giving new hope that the season is moving in the right direction.

The home side are without club top scorer Chris Zebrowski who picked up an injury in their FA Cup shock defeat at the weekend.

The Silkmen should have a full compliment of players after Simon Yeo recovered from his knock picked up against Barnet. But Kieth alexander may well stickwith the Gritton/Green front line that has resulted in five goals between them in the last three matches.

 

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