23/24 Match Preview: Marine

Having not played at the weekend, Guiseley will aim to continue their impressive run under interim boss Liam Tongue when they face Marine on Tuesday night in a 7:45pm kick off at Nethermoor, writes Harry Ware.

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Tickets will be on sale on the day at the turnstiles with payment by cash or card.

It is cash payments only inside the ground for programmes and 50/50 cash draw tickets. Food and drink from The Lions’ Diner and clubhouse food servery can be paid for by cash or card and the clubhouse accepts and prefers payment by card.

Tickets are priced at £12 adults, £8 concessions/students/registered disabled, U18’s £5 and accompanied U11’s £1.

Previous Meetings

The last time the Lions faced Marine in the league was away from home in March, and it would turn out to be a successful day, as Guiseley ran out 3-1 winners.

They had to come from behind to claim all three points. Former Lion Mark Howarth gave the hosts the lead just before the break.

However, Kallan Murphy equalised with 20 minutes to go, before Benni Smales-Braithwaite scored an injury time brace to take all the points back to West Yorkshire.

We did meet in the Emirates FA Cup last month with the Merseysiders running out 3-0 winners in the replay after a 0-0 draw at Nethermoor.

The Lions’ Form Book

Another victory last time out against Stafford Rangers means the Lions have lost just once in their last seven league games.

Gabriel Johnson fired home before half time, before Jameel Ible struck inside the first minute of the second half to claim a 2-0 victory for Guiseley at Nethermoor.

A win tomorrow against Marine would make it three consecutive home wins for the Lions, as they continue their improved form under interim boss Liam Tongue.

A Look At Marine

A strong start from tomorrow’s visitors has seen them rise to 4th in the Northern Premier, as they aim for promotion to the National League North.

Having won all but one of their last seven games, they followed that up with progression through to the Emirates FA Cup First Round Proper, after an impressive win over National League side FC Halifax Town.

A Look At The Lions

Liam Tongue will be without Kallan Murphy on Tuesday night with the forward suspended after picking up five yellow cards so far this season.

Aiden Walker may also miss out after picking up an injury ahead of the win over Stafford alongside longer-term absentees Laurence Sorhaindo and Lewis Whitham.

Tongue will have to make at least one change to his starting 11 with Murphy being out.

Tickets for the game with Marine can only be purchased at the turnstiles on the day. Don’t forget to pick up a programme, find out what’s inside here.

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