Preview: Albion v Sale FC


By Cider Drinker
April 6 2019

Search for Sale on the internet and all that comes up is SALE SHARKS, must be frustrating to get mixed up and go to the wrong place, but look for Sale FC and you have the right place

Sale FC are currently 12th , with Albion in 7th, 28 points towards 69 points

Sale FC lost away to Esher last weekend 31 – 29, Esher are bottom of the table.  Sale FC have lost to the bottom 2 clubs within the last 5 games. This will be Sale FC penultimate home game.  Sale FC have had a lot of changes to their team for this week, a returning hooker Neil Briggs (England and Sale Sharks), who was Banned in January for being a naughty boy, but we won’t remind him of that

Most of Sale FC tries have been scored by their forward this season.

Players to watch :

For the boot:

Kieran Wilkinson (England and Sale Sharks) with 23 conversions and 9 penalty kicks

Chris Johnson (Lancaster and Huddersfield) with 22 conversions and 12 penalty kicks

Both the above are currently not listed on the team sheet for today

So look out for the boot of Matt Bradley, scoring 10 conversions

For the tries:

Paolo Odogwu – plays mostly on the wing  (Sale Sharks)

 

Weather: Sunny and a gentle breeze, but looks cloudy just after kick off

Forecast:  25-23, bonus points all round, but won’t take much to change that score around in Albions favour

 

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Preview: Albion v Sale FC
Posted by: Unofficial Plymouth Albion (IP Logged)
Date: 06/04/2019 09:49

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