France National One & England National League Injuries and Suspensions

Tue 10 November 2020 | 15:07

Tonight (November 10, 2020) on 18:00 and 20:00 SC Bastia and FC Sete from France National One and Boreham Wood and Dagenham and Redbridge FC from England National League will face each other within their respective leagues.

We’re going to cover Injuries and suspensions for each of these matches before their start in this post.

SC Bastia vs FC Sete (France National One)

Tonight (November 10, 2020) on 18:00 SC Bastia will be hosting FC Sete in their home stadium, Stade Armand Cesari. This is Bastia’s 12th and Sete’s 10th match in the league. Bastia tops the league table with 21 points they have drawn from their past 11 matches (6 wins, 3 draws, and 2 losses). This is as Sete sits on the 15th position in the league table with 11 points drawn from 3 wins and 2 draws. They have lost their other 4 previous matches.

While we have no information on Sete’s injuries and suspensions, we know that on Bastia’s side the following players will be out due to injury or other reasons: Santelli, Cioni, Mesbah, Angelini, and Raspentino, and these players will also be out due to suspension: Robic and Moretti.

Boreham Wood vs Dagenham and Redbridge (England National League)

Tonight (November 10, 2020) on 20:00 Boreham Wood will be facing Dagenham and Redbridge in their home stadium, Meadow Park. Boreham Wood have won 2, drawn 1, and lost 2 of their 5 previous matches and sit on the 12th position in the league table with the 7 points they have already gained. This is as Dagenham and Redbridge are at the bottom of the league table with four points they have drawn from their 6 previous starting matches (1 win, 1 draw, and 4 losses).

As for the injuries and suspensions, there are no suspended players on both sides, and concerning the injured players, there are two injured players on each side: On Boreham Wood side Corey Whitely, and Mark Rickkets, and on Dagenham and Redbridge side, Paul McCallum and Adrian Clifton will be out due to injury or other reasons.

source: SportMob