Sporting Bengal United looking to turn fortunes around after a slow start

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge - Credit: Tim Edwards

Sporting Bengal United head into a weekend off as they look to put a miserable start to the new season behind them.

Bengal suffered a heavy 8-1 defeat to West Essex in the Essex Senior League on Saturday after also crashing out of the FA Cup with a loss to White Ensign in midweek.

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge - Credit: Tim Edwards

A Callum Bloss hat-trick, braces from Samraj Gill and Cameron Gray as well as a goal from Symeon Taylor helped thrash Bengal at Wadham Lodge.

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge - Credit: Tim Edwards

Imrul Gazi’s men are without a win in their first three league fixtures but were due to host Ilford last night (Wednesday) as they looked to bounce back.

It is then a break for Bengal before they return to action with a home fixture against Redbridge on Wednesday, August 25.

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge

Sporting Bengal United in action against West Essex at Wadham Lodge - Credit: Tim Edwards

That will be followed by a trip away to in-form Walthamstow a few days later (Saturday, August 28) as they continue to look for points in the early weeks of the 2021-22 campaign.

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