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Sutton hit the summit as Ravens pick up vital win

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13 May 2021

Sutton United went top of the Vanarama National League on Tuesday night with a 3-2 victory over Woking - but Isaac Olaofe missed out through injury.

The striker pulled up in the warm-up of Sutton's previous game against Weymouth and was unable to recover in time to face The Cardinals, where goals from Louis John, Donovan Wilson and David Ajiboye put the Gander Green Lane outfit one point ahead of Torquay United with three matches remaining.

Olaofe will hope to return for the trip to Maidenhead United this weekend.

Alex Mitchell, meanwhile, had to withdraw from Bromley's 1-0 win at Wealdstone on Tuesday night six minutes before the half-time break due to a heavy challenge.

The defender started as Joe Kizzi scored to move The Ravens up to eighth and just one point off the Play-Offs, securing a third clean sheet in the process.

Of their remaining three games, Bromley must play Notts County twice, with the trip to Meadow Lane next up this weekend. County sit three places and one point above The Ravens, making the fixture vital in the battle for a Play-Off place.

Photo credit: James Tanner/Bromley FC


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