The Form Of The Foe - Aldershot

Last updated : 21 May 2011 By Neil Hobbs

Aldershot’s form over the last 5 games suggests the Imps will get at least the draw, but it is the win we need, to guarantee our survival, should Barnet win.  Clearly Dean Holdsworth is up for doing his Wimbledon buddy Sanchez a favour.



After winning 4 and drawing 4 in an unbeaten previous 8 the wheels have come off Dean Holdsworth’s cart so to speak. With just one win, 3 draws and 2 losses in their last 6 against lowly opposition they have finished in mid table after flirting with the playoffs.


That is not to say we should take them lightly, our own form is hardly the best after all.  Aldershot are a danger all over the pitch with Luke Guttridge, Anthony Charles, Peter Vincenti as high in the scoring charts as  Hylton and Small who does not play today. Jermaine McGlashan and John Halls are a tough midfield central combo with  McGlashan setting up just as many as the two live wire widemen Vincenti & Gutteridge.


Indeed the Shots 4-4-2 formation owes much to the competitive Wimbledon spirit with everyone pitching in.  An impressive 76 yellows but just the 4 reds shows they are up for the Battle of the Bank today. Without further ado her we go, this weeks statistical,,,,,,


Form of the foe. 


Last 3 Matches

30/4 Rotherham (H) D 2-2 L2

25/4 Bradford (A) L 1-2 L2

23/4 Burton Albio (H) L 1-2 L2

Last 6 Matches - D-L-L-D-W-D

Home record 17th
G 23 W 8 D 8  L 7 F 26 A 24 GD 0 PTS 32

Away Record 12th
G 22 W 5 D 11 L 6 F 25 A 28 GD -3 PTS 26

Overall Position 14th
G 45 W 13 D 19 L 13 F 51 A 54 GD -3 PTS 58

Seasonal Highs & Lows

Biggest Home Win 3-0 Shrewsbury Town

Biggest Away Win Torquay United 0-1, Oxford United 0-1, Burton Albion 1-2, Barnet 1-2, Cheltenham Town 1-2

Heaviest Home Defeat 0-2 Cheltenham Town, 1-3 Bury, 0-2 Chesterfield

Heaviest Away Defeat Crewe Alexandra 3-1, Macclesfield Town 2-0

Highest Score 3-2 Crewe Alexandra



Highest Gate 3722 Wycombe Wanderers

Lowest Gate 1847 Lincoln City

Average Attendance 2487

Total Turnstile Clicks 57215

Heroes & Villains

The following stats are derived from League 2, FA Cup, Carling Cup and JPT.

Goal Machines - Top scorers

7 Wade Small.
6 Luke Guttridge, Anthony Charles, Peter Vincenti
5 Marvin Morgan, Alex Rodman, Daniel Hylton, Damian Spencer

Creative influences - Assists
4 Marvin Morgan, Anthony Straker, Jermaine McGlashan
2 Luke Guttridge, Alex Rodman, Daniel Hylton

Keeper Corner
Games 51 Saves 193 Clean sheets 13

Card Collectors

Reds - 4 in all Comps
2 Jamie Vincent
1 Darren Jones, Marvin Morgan

Yellows - 76 in all Comps

10 Daniel Hylton
9 Anthony Charles
7 Ben Herd
6 Anthony Straker
5 Jamie Vincent
4 Jermaine McGlashan, Luke Guttridge, John Halls