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LIVE - Basingstoke Town v AFC Hornchurch
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FULL-TIME - Basingstoke Town 0 AFC Hornchurch 2 (Tuohy (pen) 38, Smith 64)
Not a good afternoon for the hosts, who lose their unbeaten record.
A good win for Hornchurch though. They came to do a job and did it.
See The Monday Gazette for a full report and all of the reaction.
That just about sums it up. Toby Little lofts the ball to the back post but Shaun McAuley and Stefan Brown get in each other's way. They could play until midnight and not score today.
Just eight minutes plus added time for Basingstoke to salvage something from this game #basingstoketown— @DanCooper21 08 September 2012
SUBSTITUTION - AFC Hornchurch - Joey May on for Tambeson Eyong
Town are enjoying a lot of possession in the Hornchurch half - but at the moment it looks like they could play all day and not score.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Shaun McAuley on for Simon Dunn
It's good to see McAuley back - but is it too late?
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 0 AFC Hornchurch 2 (Smith 64)
Wes Daly has time and space to pick a pass but it's far too easy for the Hornchurch defence and they break. Martin Tuohy plays Lewis Smith in and he puts the ball through the legs of Chay Morris, with Robert Rice just unable to get back in time.
Tim Sills does well in the left channel but his shot is blocked, with Matt Warner firing wildly wide after the resulting corner.
YELLOW CARD - AFC Horchurch - Simon Glover
Hornchurch have broken up the play by fouling in midfield all afternoon and Glover is finally booked for a trip on Simon Dunn, who was looking to break.
Tambeson Eyong holds off Jay Gasson before firing in a powerful angled effort that Town 'keeper Chay Morris is happy to see fly over.
Matt Warner floats in a dangerous free-kick, which is only headed away as far as Simon Dunn on the edge of the area. He shoots but the effort is blocked, with Town claiming handball but the referee pointing to his chest. Probably the right decision.
This is much better from Town already as a cross from the left finds Simon Dunn at the near post. It's a decent header but too close to goalkeeper Joe Woolley.
SUBSTITUTION - AFC Hornchurch - Sam Cutler on for Elliot Styles
That's Hornchurch's left-back injured and forced off now.
That's an early chance for Stefan Brown, whose angled effort from the edge of the area goes wide.
SUBSTITUTION - Basingstoke Town - Nathan Campbell on for Stuart Lake
Town make a half-time change before getting the game back under way.
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HALF-TIME - Basingstoke Town 0 AFC Hornchurch 1 (Tuohy (pen) 38)
It's been poor fare so far. Hornchurch have tried to stop Town playing and it's worked, with the strikers getting little or no service.
Town have not been great either, with too many passes and touches not good enough. They must improve in order to maintain their unbeaten record.
A hopeful ball forward almost leads to a second goal for Tuohy. He bundles his way beyond Robert Rice before shooting narrowly wide of the far post.
There will be three minutes of stoppage time at the end of the first half.
GOAL - Basingstoke Town 0 AFC Hornchurch 1 (Tuohy (pen) 38)
Stuart Lake brings Tambeson Eyong down on the right side of the area and the referee points straight to the spot. There are not many arguements from the Town players and Martin Tuohy steps up to smash an unstoppable low shot into the corner.
PENALTY TO HORNCHURCH
The chances seem to keep coming in twos.
First Town's Stefan Brown is unfortunate when his attempt to control Toby Little's pass gives Hornchurch goalkeeper Joe Woolley the chance to gather.
Then the vistors have an even better opportunity, Lewis Smith shooting too close to Chay Morris after finding himself in space on the edge of the area.
SUBSTITUTION - AFC Hornchurch - James Love replaces Alex Bentley
Right-back Bentley makes an importent challenge to prevent Toby Little getting in behind but he hurts himself in the process and has to be replaced.
The ball breaks for Martin Tuohy in the Town area and he shows clever footwork before teeing up Simon Glover, whose effort from the edge of the area is too close to Chay Morris.
YELLOW CARD - AFC Hornchurch - Tambeson Eyong
Eyong brings down Wes Daly and despite Town having the ball with Simon Dunn just outside the area, referee Anthony Coggins stops play to award a free-kick and book the Hornchurch man.
That's good play by Simon Dunn, who chests the ball down on the edge of the area before getting a shot away. It's not too far wide either.
Action at both ends. Toby Little puts in a low cross that a Hornchurch defender makes a mess of before it's smuggled away.
The visitors go straight up the other end and it takes a timely interception from Jay Gasson to deny Lewis Smith. An even better chance comes from the resulting corner, which Paul Goodacre heads over from close range. He should have scored.
Team news - Basingstoke have made two changes to the side that started the 3-2 win against Truro on Tuesday.
Tim Sills has recovered from the neck injury that kept him out of that game and replaces Delano Sam-Yorke, who misses out with the hamstring problem that meant he only played 15 minutes. Simon Dunn's fine performance as a substitute has earned him a place in midfield at the expense of Nathan Campbell.
In addition to Sam-Yorke, goalkeeper Ashley Bayes, right-back Nathan Smart, midfielder Jide Ogunbote and striker Jordace Holder-Spooner are all out injured. Shaun McAuley is only fit enough for a place on the bench and it looks like Matt Warner will once again be asked to play on the right.
Town: Morris, Rice, Warner, Adams, Gasson, Lake, Daly, Dunn, Sills, Brown, Little. Subs: McAuley, Campbell, Paterson, Maylen, McDonnell.
Hornchurch: Woolley, Bentley, Styles, Glover, Goodacre, Noel, Eyong, Curley, Tuohy, Smith, Spencer. Subs: Cutler, McKenzie, Gayle, May, Love.
Good afternoon and welcome to live updates from The Camrose, where Basingstoke Town are hosting AFC Hornchurch in the Blue Square Bet South.
Town are unbeaten while Hornchurch are yet to win this season - so the hosts will be looking to make it two wins in a row this afternoon.
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