Falmouth Town and Wendron United will be kicking of the weekend's footballing action when they go head-to-head at Bickland Park on Friday evening.

The teams:

Both sides are enjoying a good run of form at the moment. Falmouth Town are unbeaten in all competitions so far this season, impressively they have won every game they have played in all competitions. They are one of just two sides in the whole country from steps one to six of the non league who have won every league game this season.

As expected this form has seen Town rocket to the top of the South West Peninsula League (SWPL) where they have stayed despite not having a league game for over a month due to other cup commitments.

In their last match they survived a spirited comeback from Bodmin to beat their opponents 3-5 at Priory Park to progress to the Quarter Final of the Cornwall Senior Cup.

Falmouth could also give a debut to new signing Tom Moxham who signed from Newquay AFC on Thursday.

Meanwhile it is six games undefeated in all competitions for Wendron who are fifth in the SWPL with 24 points so far this campaign. It is just two defeats in ten for Dron who have attracted many admirers for the attacking brand of football they have played this season.

They also progressed to the Quarter Final of the Cornwall Senior Cup with a 2-1 home victory against St Austell in their last outing. Goals from Kian Thomas and Cameron Wheat secured the win for Dron on the day.

Last time the sides met was on the opening day of the season at Wendron's home, Underlane. On that occasion Falmouth won 0-2 with a first half brace from Tim Nixon, read the report of that game here.

The managers:

Looking ahead to the match Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth is eager to return to league action, after over a month away from the SWPL, he said: "Firstly, it'll be nice to get back to some league football after such a crazy start with league games, playing Saturday, Wednesday, Saturday, Wednesday for the first two and a half months, we are now over a month without a league game.

"The cup football is great, it can galvanise your season but your bread and butter is your league form and it is important that we get back to winning ways in that way."

Westgarth was complimentary of his opposite number who has guided Wendron to fifth in the league: "It will be a good game, Wendron are having an unbelievable season. Full credit to Mike (O'Neill, Wendron Manager) the way he has got them going down there, their mindsight will be completely different I imagine now.

"The confidence will be high, Charlie Young scoring goals, Cam Wheat scoring goals. They are showing both sides of their game. They have been behind in games and have come back to win games. They are showing good team spirit and togetherness so it will be a tough game. Hopefully it will be a good crowd though with it being on a Friday night too." Westgarth added.

Previewing the fixture Wendron's boss Mike O' Neill said: "I'm expecting a performance, I want us to go down there and do ourselves a good service.

"I thought last time we played them we played within ourselves, obviously first game of the season not really knowing what the shape of the league was going to be like. Everyone starting a new season, it is quite difficult to gauge in that first game.

"I am fully expecting us to go down their and give a good account of ourselves and do everything we can to try and upset the apple-cart and come away with something."

The Wendron Manager explained how he thinks his team have hugely progressed since the opening day of the league campaign: "We have come on massively since then (the first game) not just with results but we have had to deal with a few difficult parts of the season as well." Said O'Neill.

"We have lost players we have brought players in. We have had to adjust to cancellations and people being off with Covid and various injuries. As a team we have come on massively, it isn't unexpected for me but we have done it quicker than I thought we were going to do, but there is still loads to improve on." He added.

The game:

Kick off at the home of Falmouth Town is at 7:30pm. Fans are advised to get to the ground early for a minutes silence tribute before the game. A win for Falmouth could open up a six point gap at the top of the table. Whereas three points for the visitors will see them rise up to fourth ahead of Dobwalls.

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