Match Report - Bromley v Yeovil Town

Yesterday afternoon saw Yeovil Town come from behind to nick a point away at Bromley as Rhys Murphy's late goal cancelled out Frankie Raymond's second half penalty.

It was set up to be an interesting fixture as Bromley and Yeovil are both competing at the business end of the table and Bromley were looking to get revenge after their 3-1 defeat at Huish Park earlier in the season.

Most of the first half was fairly un-eventful as neither side posed any real threat to the oppositions goal as only half-chances came and went.

The game sprung into life just before half-time which saw both sides reduced to 10 men within the space of 5 minutes. The first to go was Lee Colins as he pulled down Ben Williamson who was through on goal. 5 minutes later Bromley's Chris Bush was sent off for the same offence on Courtney Duffus.

Half Time Bromley 0-0 Yeovil Town

The second half saw Bromley start to take more control of the game but still chances were few and far between. However, in the 65th minute Albi Skendi's late challenge gave away a penalty. Frankie Raymond stepped up and comfortably converted the penalty to give the Ravens a 1-0 advantage.

Bromley almost made it 2-0 as Raymond broke through the Yeovil defence but Stuart Nelson made a great stop to keep the game at 1-0.

Yeovil began to impose themselves on the game after this as they enjoyed much more possession but much like the first half not many chances were being created.

The assistant referee gave 5 minutes of additional time however Bromley made two substitutions in this time and were also slowing the game down numerous times. This would come back to haunt them as Yeovil drew the match level on 97 minutes. Charlie Lee's ball into the box found Gold Omotayo who headed the ball on to Murphy on the goal line who slammed it home to send the 364 travelling fans crazy and ensure the Glovers wouldn't be beaten this season by Bromley.

Full Time Bromley 1-1 Yeovil Town

The draw sees Yeovil move up to 4th place however as league leaders Barrow won at Maidenhead we slip further away from the top with the gap now up to six points.

Man of the match voting for the Bromley game is now open. You can cast your vote here.

Match Attendance - 2,261 (364 from Yeovil Town)

Bromley

23 - Ryan Huddart, 7 - Luke Coulson, 26 - Rarmani Edmonds-Green, 8 - Frankie Raymond, 6 - Jack Holland, 13 - Chris Bush (sent off on 44 minutes), 8 - Frankie Raymond, 10 - Billy Bingham (replaced by 15 Michael Klass on 90 minutes), 9 - Michael Cheek (replaced by 16 - Korrey Henry on 90 minutes), 18 - Ben Williamson (replaced by 12 Alan Dunne on 84 minutes), 25 - Josh Rees

Substitutes

11 - Adam Mekki, 12 - Alan Dunne, 15 - Michael Klass, 16 - Korrey Henry, 28 - Tarek Najia

Yeovil Town

1 - Stuart Nelson, 4 - Lee Collins (sent off on 39 minutes), 24 - Remeao Hutton (replaced by 10Gold Omotayo on 71 minutes), 8 - Lawson D'Ath, 11 - Myles Hippolyte, 19 - Tom Bradbury, 5 - Jimmy Smith (replaced by 7 - Matt Worthington on 62 minutes), 18 - Albi Skendi, 26 - Charlie Lee, 9 - Rhys Murphy, 14 - Courtney Duffus (replaced by 33 - Chris Dagnall on 81 minutes)

Substitutes - Matt Worthington, 10 - Gold Omotayo, 28 - James Tilley, 31 - Louis Jones, 33 - Chris Dagnall

Next Fixture

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Yeovil Town v Barnet

Date: 18/07/2020
Competition: National League Play Offs Quarter Final
Venue: Huish Park
Kick Off: 15:00

Latest Result

Dover Athletic

0-1

Yeovil Town


Attendance: 1,180 (128 from Yeovil Town)

Man of the Match voting has closed for this game

National League Table

Last Updated: 16/03/2020

Pos
Team
Pld
GD
Pts

1
Barrow
37
+29
70

2
Harrogate Town
37
+17
66

3
Notts County
38
+23
63

4
Yeovil Town
37
+17
60

5
Boreham Wood
37
+15
60

6
Halifax Town
37
+1
58

7
Stockport County
39
-3
58

8
Solihull Moors
38
+11
55

9
Hartlepool United
39
+6
55

10
Woking
38
-5
55

11
Barnet
35
+10
54

12
Dover Athletic
38
+0
54

13
Bromley
38
+5
52

14
Sutton United
38
+5
50

15
Torquay United
36
-5
48

16
Aldershot Town
39
-12
46

17
Eastleigh
37
-12
46

18
Dagenham & Redbridge
37
-4
44

19
Chesterfield
38
-10
44

20
Wrexham
37
-3
43

21
Ebbsfleet United
39
-21
42

22
Maidenhead United
38
-14
41

23
AFC Fylde
37
-16
39

24
Chorley
38
-34
26