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Tower Hamlets confident ahead of FA Cup clash against Broxbourne

PUBLISHED: 15:00 07 August 2017

AJ Ashinike joint-manager of Tower Hamlets

AJ Ashinike joint-manager of Tower Hamlets

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Tower Hamlets joint-manager AJ Ashinike is confident his side can make it through to the next round of the FA Cup.

The Mile End-based club will face Broxbourne Borough in their preliminary round replay at home this evening (7.45pm kick-off).

“After what we saw Saturday I’m sure we’re going to go and get the win,” Ashinike said.

Tower Hamlets are planning to keep the line-up similar to their 1-1 draw against Broxbourne Borough on Saturday.

“We’re going to stick with the same team and make possibly one change,” he said.

“I think the boys did well Saturday and deserve the chance to finish the job tonight.”

Antonio Montiero gave his side the lead in the twenty first minute, before Lewis Dickenson equalised for Broxbourne to make it 1-1 in the thirty ninth minute and send the match to a replay.

“They had chances and we had plenty of our own chances.”


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