We look forward to our FA Cup First Round tie against Vanarama National League side, Bromley.
Spirits will be high in the Rovers camp following a valiant victory over Rochdale, which required real defensive resolve to secure a 2-1 win despite an onslaught of Rochdale pressure in the 2nd half. This result, added to the late comeback against Portsmouth to draw 2-2 illustrates the character in the dressing room at the moment.
This week the Gas host Bromley, a club also in high spirits at the moment, sitting 1st in the National League and looking like early favorites to secure promotion to the EFL. However, despite their league position, they will arrive on Sunday on the back of a disappointing defeat to 21st placed side Wrexham.
Below is all the pre-match details ahead of kick-off on Sunday...
Manager Preview: Joe Dunne spoke to the press on Friday morning about his ambitions for the FA Cup this year...
Players Preview: Victor Adeboyejo was on press duty too after he scored last weekend against Rochdale.
Opposition: Bromley look the real deal in the National League, dispatching fellow league challengers Halifax Town and Yeovil Town 5-0 and 3-1 respectively. However, they have come unstuck in recent times against teams lower in the division, notably Stockport and Wrexham in the last few weeks. Regarding their journey to this stage in the competition, they faced fellow National League side Aldershot in the Fourth Qualifying Round and played out a real spectacle at their home ground, winning 4-3, surviving late pressure from a resilient away side.
The Gas will have to be on guard from set-pieces against Bromley, with three of their four goals in the FA Cup Qualifiers coming from dead-ball situations.
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Tickets: Tickets are still available for the Bromley game with a 'Print @ Home' option available up until one hour before kick-off. Additionally, a ticket for under 16's is just £1, a great offer for the FA Cup action.
Travel: There will be a number of Remembrance services around town on Sunday, so please be sure to keep an eye out for road closures and allow extra time for your journey to the Mem.
How to Follow the Game: iFollow Gas will help you keep track of the action as it unfolds this season with a number of different packages available. Subscribers based in the UK can listen to live commentary as the action unfolds at The Mem - with an audio season pass priced at £45 or a monthly audio pass costing £4.49. A new package available in the one-match audio pass, which is priced at £2.50. To browse the match pass packages, please click HERE.
Our twitter account will also be live-tweeting the game.