Current Holders: Havant & W

Current table

1Torquay421524532312544018+52 88 (C)
2Woking421227382511733824+27 78 (P)
3Welling421542452283102525+23 76
4Chelmsford42125435239483327+18 72
5Bath City42124533188762519+21 71
6Concord R42117339199663029+21 70 (*)*
7Wealdstone4295733319753119+14 66
8Billericay42103832339574032+7 65
9St Albans42124536266693339+4 64
10Dartford421263322164112137-5 64
11Slough4297526198583031+6 63
12Oxford C421029372873112735+1 56
13Chippenham421047342863122336-7 55
14Dulwich H42849283156102434-13 49
15Hampton & R42641120347682933-18 49
16Hemel42678283765102531-15 48
17Gloucester423108172691111828-19 47
18Eastbourne42669333446111931-13 42
19Hungerford T42669253353132241-27 42
20Truro City42541230434893544-22 39 (R)
21E Thurrock42849262523161640-23 37 (R)
22Weston S-M.422712193664113146-32 35 (R)
*Concord R deducted 3pts

Match in Focus


Charlton v Sunderland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Sunderland drew 20 of their 48 league and playoff games this season.
Expert verdict
After missing out on automatic promotion and scraping past Portsmouth, nerves could set in for Sunderland at Wembley. But they are resolute defensively and it could take time for Charlton, who have already been to the national stadium and lost once this year, to wear them down.



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