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LIVE - Basingstoke Town v Bromley
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FULL-TIME - Basingstoke Town 1 (Sills 34) Bromley 1 (Buchanan 14)
Two points dropped for Town, who had enough chances to win two or three games but were wasteful in front of goal.
See Thursday's Gazette for a full report and all of the reaction to the game.
There will be three minutes of added time for either side to get a winner.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Toby Little on for Wes Daly
Daly has picked up a knock and has to go off, with Little taking his place in midfield.
That's a good save by Bromley 'keeper Joe Welch, who does brilliantly to keep out Tim Sills' header from Matt Warner's cross low to his right. It was another great chance for the hosts.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Nathan Smart on for Callum McNish
Smart goes to right-back, with Robert Rice moving into the centre of midfield.
BROMLEY HIT THE CROSSBAR
Mike Jones lets fly from distance and it takes a decent touch from Ashley Bayes to push his effort onto the top of the crossbar, though the referee gives a goal-kick. There's been a few of those decisions tonight.
A Bromley move results in a chance of sorts for Bradley Goldberg - but the striker's effort is weak and it's easy for Ashley Bayes.
Town go up the other end and Matt Warner's low cross causes problems, with some good defending needed to clear the danger.
YELLOW CARD - Basingstoke Town - Wes Daly
Bromley look to break and Daly makes sure they can't with a foul, earning him a booking.
That's a terrible case of miscommunication between Ashley Bayes and Jay Gasson, allowing Bradley Goldberg to nip in. Fortunately for Town, the angle is tight and he is unable to direct the ball on target.
Delano Sam-Yorke does brilliantly to disposses a defender just outside the area but again his touch is heavy, allowing the 'keeper to collect the ball. Poor.
Another chance for the visitors, who are having a good spell. It's another decent save by Ashley Bayes, who does well to keep Tony Finn's header out.
Bromley should be ahead. Town allow a kick from 'keeper Joe Welch to bounce and reach Elliott Buchanan. He's clean through but it's a lazy attempt to chip Ashley Bayes, who manages to paw the ball behind.
That's a brilliant save by visiting 'keeper Joe Welch, who denies Delano Sam-Yorke from very close range. The flag was up for offside but it was top drawer.
SUBSTITUTION - Bromley - Tony Finn on for Aaron Rhule
That's a clear sight of goal for Aaron Rhule, who is fed by a decent touch from Bradley Goldberg - but his shot from 20 yards is well over.
Tim Sills has to clear a corner almost off his own line but it sets up a break that ends when Delano Sam-Yorke over-runs the ball. He's trying to do too much on his own at the moment.
Another clear chance for the hosts. Matt Warner's pass has Stefan Brown scampering away down the left and his low centre finds Tim Sills at the near post - but the striker puts it past the post.
Bromley get us back under way.
HALF-TIME - Basingstoke Town 1 (Sills 34) Bromley 1 (Buchanan 14) 1
Not a great first half but Town should be out of sight. They have missed several clear chances. Will Bromley make them pay in the second half?
That's another bad miss by the hosts as a half-blocked cross falls to Callum McNish at the far post - but he heads wide.
There will be one added minute at the end of the half.
The hosts should be in front there. It's an excellent cross from Matt Warner and Tim Sills looks set to head home - but he fails to make contact.
Neither side is able to get a grip on the game at the moment. Callum McNish has a couple of efforts for the hosts but they both go well wide.
Robert Rice is perhaps a little fortunate that Bradley Goldberg decides to stay on his feet when the defender looks to have pulled him back. He could have been in trouble there.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 1 (Sills 34) Bromley 1
Now it's the visitors' turn to concede a bad goal. Matt Warner is allowed to wander 30 yards down the left before crossing for Tim Sills, though it may have been a defender who got the crucial touch.
Better from Town, with some decent interplay creating an opening for Tim Sills, whose effort is blocked out for a corner.
That's a mess at the back for Town. Michael Malcolm is allowed way too much time to work the ball into a shooting position inside the box and the hosts are fortunate that Elliott Buchanan is only able to poke his eventual effort wide.
That's a fantastic crossfield pass from Matt Warner to find Stefan Brown - but his touch just allows a Bromley defender to get in and make a challenge.
Town go straight up the other end and Delano Sam-Yorke has an almost identical chance - but his effort on the turn is blocked.
GOAL - Basingtoke Town 0 Bromley 1 (Buchanan 14)
The resulting corner is not dealt with and Bromley striker Elliott Buchanan pounces on the loose ball to fire past Ashley Bayes from 10 yards. A poor goal to concede all round.
Another chance for Bromley when a free-kick is only cleared as far a Aaron Rhule on the edge of the area. He beats Wes Daly to the ball and shoots, with Chris Paterson doing well to head it over the bar.
That's a half-chance for the visitors as Bradley Goldberg chases a ball over the top, cuts inside and shoots, but it's well wide.
Another great chance for Delano Sam-Yorke as Matt Warner's cross finds him unmarked six yards out - but it's a poor header wide.
That should be 1-0 to Town. The strikers combine, with Stefan Brown finding Tim Sills, who plays Delano Sam-Yorke through.
He springs the offside trap and bears down on goal but drags his shot wide of the far post.
Delano Sam-Yorke is immediately involved, putting in a low shot from distance that skids wide.
Town get the game under way. They are shooting towards the Town End of the ground, with the wind in the first half.
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Team news - Basingstoke make just one enforced change to the side following Saturday's 3-1 win over Billericay, with Chris Paterson coming in for a full debut in place of the injured Ross Adams.
That means that the returning Nathan Smart is only given a place on the bench, with Stefan Brown retaining his place in a 4-3-3 formation. Shaun McAuley and Jordace Holder-Spooner remain out injured.
Town: Bayes, Rice, Warner, Paterson, Gasson, Campbell, Daly, McNish, Sills, Sam-Yorke, Brown. Subs: Little, Smart, Charlick, Maylen, McDonnell.
Bromley: Welch, Ming, Patterson, Waldren, Swaibu, Harwood, Malcolm, Jones, Goldberg, Buchanan, Rhule. Subs: Sobers, Finn, Hughes, Daly, Howard.
Good evening and welcome to live updates from a decidely soggy Camrose, where Basingstoke Town are hosting Bromley in the Blue Square Bet South.
The rain has been coming down for a while but it's not too hard and, fingers crossed, the pitch seems to be taking it well.
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