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Eastleigh 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

EASTLEIGH 0-0 HAVANT & WATERLOOVILLE
Monday 26th August 2013

Skrill South

Updates by Jamie Montigue @eastleighfc

  1. Full Time: Eastleigh 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville
  2. Eastleigh have a free kick on the edge of the area due to a hand ball.
  3. We are into five minutes of stoppage time here, still 0-0
  4. Scott Jones got the better of Green but couldn't direct his lobbed effort past Flitney.
  5. 84. Ben Strevens glances a header against the cross bar. So close! Great cross by Dan Spence. McAllister then saw effort saved.
  6. Havant subs: Eddie Hutchinson and Scott Jones on for Jesse Kewley-Graham and Dennis Oli
  7. 81. Good ball through by Jamie Collins, left foot effort by McAllister parried away by Bevan. Reason couldn't get to the follow up.
  8. Fleetwood low cross cleared ahead of McAllister at the near post.

  9. Come On Big Mac do the business
  10. 77. Good play by Kabba to evade Spence and get into the area but Rose got across well to cover with sliding challenge.
  11. 75. Eastleigh sub: Craig McAllister on for Yemi Odubade.
  12. Havant sub: Kabba on for Monteiro
  13. 69. Stuart Fleetwood nods behind the Havant goal as Strevens lofted the ball into the box.
  14. 67. Glen Southam let fly with a good strike from range that took a deflection and went behind for a corner.
  15. Rose has gone to right back with Green slotting in at centre half and Spence switching to left back.
  16. 66. Eastleigh sub: Romone Rose on for Chris Todd.
  17. 64. Dan Spence went in strong in the tackle on Nanetti and has been shown a yellow card.
  18. 61. Christian Nanetti strikes a fierce free kick from 25-yards which crashes against the post. Good effort.
  19. Odubade low cross cut out by Dan Strugnell.
  20. Nic Ciardini burst through the centre of the pitch and got into the penalty area but was denied by a well-timed tackle from Michael Green.
  21. 54. Strevens played a measured pass into Odubade who had found some space but was unable to take advantage of the chance.
  22. The second half has begun.
  23. very even, not a lot in it and the game could go either way.

  24. sounds like a very even game so far..
  25. Half Time: Eastleigh 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville
  26. There will be a minimum of one minute stoppage time
  27. 39. Jai Reason effort from distance is charged down and goes behind for a corner kick but Havant clear the danger.
  28. From the resulting corner Monteiro heads comfortably over the cross bar.
  29. 34. Superb run from Nanetti who sprinted away down the left hand side before poking an effort at goal. Deflected behind - close.
  30. The ball took a deflection towards goal and went narrowly wide of the target.
  31. 30. Christian Nanetti did well down the left hand side and played an excellent ball across the face of the six-yard box.
  32. 29. Michael Green’s free kick from the left is headed away by Monteiro as Eastleigh win a corner.
  33. 24. Good ball in from the left by Stuart Fleetwood, narrowly evaded Jai Reason in the centre as Bevan collects the ball.
  34. 17. Eastleigh free kick scuffed by Glen Southam as Reason rolled the ball across to him. Havant were able to clear with ease.
  35. 8. Great play down the right by Yemi Odubade but his dangerous low cross is cleared by the Havant defence.
  36. 5. Pedro Monteiro hits a fantastic strike that is pushed away well by Ross Flitney.
  37. Corner from Jai Reason safely caught by Scott Bevan.
  38. The match is under way.
  39. Late change to the Eastleigh side as Chris Dillon starts in place of Dean Beckwith.
  40. The scene is set for derby day! Eastleigh v Havant & Waterlooville

  41. Derby day in Hampshire ,,,,,,,,, COME ON YOU SPITFIRES!!!!!
  42. Havant & Waterlooville subs: Hutchinson, Ramsey, Woodford, Kabba, Jones.
  43. Havant & Waterlooville: Bevan, Newton, Blanchett, Monteiro, Strugnell, Harris (c), Ryan, Kewley-Graham, Oli, Nanetti, Ciardini.
  44. Eastleigh subs: McAllister, Dovey, Fuller, Rose, Wilson.
  45. Eastleigh v Havant & Waterlooville: Flitney, Spence, Green, Collins, Dillon, Todd, Strevens, Southam (c), Odubade, Reason, Fleetwood.

  46. At the Silverlake for the south coast derby! vs . What are your predictions?

  47. good luck 2day lads..I'll be there to cheer you on..unlucky on sat,but 3pts would be great#banky3pts..

  48. Good luck to the spitfires against the hawks, 3pm today at the Silverlake.
  49. Bank Holiday Monday football at the Silverlake Stadium this afternoon as Eastleigh take on Havant &; Waterlooville, 3pm kick off.

Havant & Waterlooville Home 26.08.13 by Eastleigh FC

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