Falmouth Town will be targetting a 16th league win in a row when they face Wadebridge Town at Bickland Park.

The teams:

Town go into the game having won every match in the league so far this season. Strikes from James Ward, Luke Barner and David Broglino earned them a vital three points with a 3-1 win against their closest rivals Liskeard Athletic who have now slipped to third in the South West Peninsula League. Goalkeeper Ryan Barnes also saved a penalty to keep their rivals at bay.

Regardless of the result today Falmouth will finish the day at the top of the tree, as they lead second-placed Camelford by nine points.

Wadebridge are seventh in the table, and are among three teams to be on 27 points. They having won their last three in a row scoring three times in each game with wins over Sticker, St Dennis and Dobwalls.

When the sides met at Wadebridge's home, Bodieve Park, earlier in the season Falmouth cruised to victory scoring seven in the process. Tim Nixon scored a brace off the bench and individual strikes from Barner, Brabyn, Ward, Olly Walker and Alex Wharton secured the 7-2 victory.

Wadebridge have come out on top on their last two visits to Bickland Park however, winning 4-3 in 2019/20 and 3-2 in 2020/21 season.

Speaking ahead of the game Falmouth Town Assistant Manager Charlie Davis said: "The last couple of seasons particularly at home they have been a difficult opposition for us. I have a lot of time for the Manager Paul Rowe at Wadebridge they always have a decent young side out who aim to play good football.

"It is definitely a tough fixture, maybe a bit of a bogey side so to speak for us in that sense it it a side we won't be taking lightly and we will be approaching the fixture in the right way for sure."

"Their maybe an added element of pressure considering the magnitude of the game last week but throughout this we have been trying to batch together fixtures and get results in little groups of results.

"We have been targeting certain months, or games to try and keep that momentum to almost break down the larger task of going for the league into smaller groups, this is no different in that respect.

"It is no different having Liskeard one week and Wadebridge the next or if it was the other way round or equally having different opposition there.

"Coming off the back of a big game it can be difficult but sometimes but the other game we lost against buckland but managed to get a result against Camelford which was a difficult fixture. "

Form guide:

Falmouth Town - WWLWW

Wadebridge Town - LLWWW

League record:

Falmouth Town - P15,W15,D0, DL, PTS45

Wadebridge Town - P15, W9, D0, L6, PTS 27

Top scorers (league):

Falmouth Town - Luke Brabyn 19, Jack Bray-Evans, Luke Barner 11,

Wadebridge Town - Matt Lloyd 11, Kyle Flew 8, Jacob Smale 3