Tipton to host Lympstone

10:55 17 February 2017

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Tipton St John entertain Lympstone in a Macron League Division Two game on Saturday (February 18).

Last Sunday, Tipton were 1-0 winers at Otterton to make progress in the Grandisson Cup.

That was the perfect tonic for the side after their 5-2 defeat in their previous outing - a league game at Heavitree United.

Tipton go into the meeting with Lympstone sitting 10th in the table, two points above the Lympets who sit third from bottom.

A home win would move Tipton away from the danger zone and might even launch a bid to reach the top six -which is currently 10 points away from them.

Newton Poppleford travel to Bampton to contest Division Three points.

The Popples have four games left in their campaign, three away before their final home game of the season.

They go to Bamton sitting eighth, six points off the drop zone.

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