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Preview: Newport County (A)

18 October 2019

The Iron will be looking to record back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they make the trip to take on Newport County this Saturday (3pm kick-off).

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Pay on the day available at Newport

19 October 2019

SCENE-SETTER

Scunthorpe come into the match on the back of a 3-0 home victory over Northampton Town last weekend, which saw Lee Novak (two) and Kevin van Veen on target. It extended a run of just one defeat in seven games in all competitions for United, who still sit 22nd in the division but could climb a place should they be victorious against the Exiles this weekend.

The 2-2 draw away at Plymouth Argyle in our last fixture on the road two weeks ago saw Scunthorpe get their first away point of the season, and they will be looking to build on that at Rodney Parade.

Newport have had a decent start to their campaign after losing out in the play-off final last season and sit fifth in the table coming into the fixture. Their last league game was a fortnight ago, with them securing a 1-0 home victory over Carlisle United in stoppage time that took them into the top three. Having not played last weekend due to the international break, they fell down a couple of places and will be hoping to return into the promotion spots with a victory this weekend.

TEAM NEWS

Manager Paul Hurst has confirmed there is still some illness in the camp, so the affected players will be assessed before the squad travel on Friday.

After coming off against Northampton last week, there is no fracture on Rory Watson's cheekbone or nose but the club has to go through the necessary protocol in terms of concussion, so a decision will be made on the goalkeeper following Friday morning's training session.

Kevin van Veen returned to full training on Tuesday after coming off against the Cobblers with an ankle injury.

Jamie Ward has recovered from illness and has trained, looking sharp ahead of the match. James Perch returns after returning to training following a hip flexor injury.

However, Hurst confirmed Kgosi Ntlhe is a doubt with a groin issue.

Jacob Bedeau (calf) has returned to training following a calf injury, while Jordan Hallam (ankle) is close to a return and will feature for the Under-23s at Bottesford next Wednesday all being well.

Meanwhile, Clayton Lewis is back with the club after his involvement for New Zealand Under-23s in their Olympic qualifying campaign.

George Miller (quad strain), John McAtee (shoulder) and Andy Dales (calf) remain absent, while Jordan Clarke is out following an appendix operation and is still at least a month away from any return.

Matthew Lund sits out the final game of a three-match suspension.

PAST MEETINGS

Our last game against the Exiles was in March 2014 when Paddy Madden and David Syers struck in a 2-2 draw. United were left disappointed on the day though as they were pegged back late on.

SEASON - DATE COMPETITION RESULT IRON SCORERS
2013-14 - Sat Mar 1 LG 2 Newport 2-2 Iron Madden, Syers
2013-14 - Sat Aug 31 LG 2 Iron 1-1 Newport Winnall
1987-88 - Sat Jan 16 DIV 4 Newport 1-1 Iron Taylor
1987-88 - Sat Sep 19 DIV 4 Iron 3-1 Newport Flounders 2, Atkins
1983-84 - Fri Feb 10 DIV 3 Iron 3-3 Newport Brolly 2, Cammack
1983-84 - Sat Sep 24 DIV 3 Newport 1-1 Iron Green
1979-80 - Sat Dec 15 DIV 4 Newport 2-1 Iron Stewart
1979-80 - Sat Oct 20 DIV 4 Iron 1-3 Newport Keeley
1978-79 - Wed Apr 18 DIV 4 Newport 2-0 Iron  
1978-79 - Sat Oct 7 DIV 4 Iron 2-3 Newport Deere, Oates
1977-78 - Tue Apr 4 DIV 4 Iron 2-0 Newport Kilmore 2
1977-78 - Tue Oct 4 DIV 4 Newport 3-1 Iron Farrell
1976-77 - Tue Apr 19 DIV 4 Iron 1-0 Newport Keeley
1976-77 - Fri Jan 28 DIV 4 Newport 0-0 Iron  
1975-76 - Sat Jan 10 DIV 4 Iron 1-2 Newport Money
1975-76 - Sat Aug 30 DIV 4 Newport 0-0 Iron  
1974-75 - Sat Jan 11 DIV 4 Iron 4-1 Newport Roberts 3, Collier
1974-75 - Sat Dec 7 DIV 4 Newport 2-0 Iron  
1973-74 - Sun Feb 17 DIV 4 Newport 2-1 Iron Warnock
1973-74 - Sat Oct 13 DIV 4 Iron 0-0 Newport  
1971-72 - Mon May 1 DIV 4 Newport 1-0 Iron  
1971-72 - Sat Jan 29 DIV 4 Iron 1-0 Newport Davidson
1970-71 - Sat Apr 17 DIV 4 Iron 0-1 Newport  
1970-71 - Sat Oct 10 DIV 4 Newport 2-3 Iron Cassidy 2, Davidson
1969-70 - Sat Mar 28 DIV 4 Iron 4-0 Newport Kerr, Cassidy 2, Davidson
1969-70 - Mon Mar 9 DIV 4 Newport 3-0 Iron  
1968-69 - Mon Feb 24 DIV 4 Newport 1-1 Iron Lindsey
1968-69 - Fri Oct 18 DIV 4 Iron 1-0 Newport Heath
  SCUNTHORPE WINS DRAWS NEWPORT WINS
LEAGUE 8 9 11
TOTAL 8 9 11

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SATURDAY
Bradford City v Crawley Town (3pm)
Cambridge United v Exeter City (3pm)
Colchester United v Morecambe (3pm)
Crewe Alexandra v Swindon Town (3pm)
Forest Green Rovers v Mansfield Town (3pm)
Grimsby Town v Leyton Orient (3pm)
Northampton Town v Salford City (3pm)
Oldham Athletic v Macclesfield Town (3pm)
Plymouth Argyle v Carlisle United (3pm)
Port Vale v Stevenage (3pm)
Walsall v Cheltenham Town (3pm)

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Match Reports

Report: Newport County 2-1 Iron

19 October 2019

The Iron were beaten 2-1 at Newport County on Saturday.

Padraig Amond struck right on half-time but the Iron levelled in the second period with Mark O’Brien left red faced after he turned the ball into his own net following James Perch’s cross.

However, the hosts re-took the lead through Josh Sheehan; his strike enough to seal the victory for the Exiles.

In the opening exchanges, Amond gave the Iron an early scare, drawing a save from Rory Watson after latching onto a pass down the left, but the ‘keeper palmed it away and Harrison McGahey cleaned up at the back.

Minutes later, Yann Songo’o headed wide for the Iron from from Ryan Colclough’s deep cross.

The Exiles were awarded a free-kick 20 yards out in the 12th minute. Ryan Haynes took the set-piece but fired over the bar from the edge of the box.

Jamie Proctor registered an effort on target, meeting a set piece floated in by Colclough but the header was comfortable for Newport shot-stopper Tom King.

Levi Sutton and Rory McArdle defended heroically, with Sutton’s initial clearance falling for an amber shirt and the skipper headed the ball away.

The hosts went close through Ryan Inniss with 18 minutes on the watch after Haynes picked out the defender at the back post, only for the former to skew his shot off target. Lee Novak then got his body in the way of a follow-up header and Watson eventually claimed the ball.

With 23 minutes played, Joss Labadie acrobatically took aim but his scissor kick is straight at Watson.

Mark O’Brien spurned a chance for Newport with 10 minutes to go until the interval after a knock-down from his teammate fell to the Irishman inside the area but he couldn’t keep his effort down.

In the 39th minute, Colclough’s corner was flicked on by James Perch but King tipped the ball over the bar. The number seven almost netted directly from the resulting corner, with his in-swinging delivery nearly finding the top corner.

On the stroke of half-time, Amond opened the scoring for the Exiles. Watson made a great save from Robbie Willmott’s free-kick but Amond squeezed the ball in at the near post to make it 1-0 in the last kick of the half.

At the start of the second period, Scot Bennett crossed for Jamille Matt but Watson made a point blank save to deny the latter from close range. The rebound bounced back off the number 11 and somehow stayed out.

The Iron equalised with 49 minutes gone after some good link-up play between Colclough and Gilliead. Mark O’Brien then converted James Perch’s cross into his own goal to make it 1-1.

Seven minutes later, the hosts restored the lead after Sheehan pounced on a loose ball on the edge of the area and fired Newport back in front with a first-time strike.

The Iron looked to respond immediately after some good work from Gilliead but Colclough’s powerful effort was blocked.

Lee Novak looked for a leveller after Perch’s cross from the right fell for him in the box but an amber shirt beat him to it, heading behind. In the next phase of play, Colclough laid the ball off to the striker but a Newport defender gets in the way of his effort.

In the 70th minute, McArdle did well to outmuscle Matt as the forward accelerated into the area and looked to get a shot away.

Watson made a save to deny Inniss, turning his effort behind with just over 10 minutes left of the contest. From the resulting corner, Novak made a goal-saving clearance on the line, well positioned to hack the ball away.

In the first minute of added time, McGahey took aim but his volley was King was equal to it, finishing 2-1 to the hosts. 

NEWPORT: King, Haynes, Labadie (Nurse 85’), Willmott, Amond (Abrahams 85’), Sheehan, Matt, McNamara, Bennett, O’Brien, Inniss.

NEWPORT UNUSED SUBS: Townsend, Howkins, Dolan, Whitely, Poleon.

IRON: Watson, Songo’o, Colclough, Perch, Novak, Gilliead (Ward 68’), Sutton (Slater 57’), McArdle, McGahey, Brown, Proctor (van Veen 78).

IRON UNUSED SUBS:
Eastwood, Butler, Eisa, Bedeau.

ATTENDANCE: 3,946 (178 away).

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Ticket News

Pay on the day available at Newport

19 October 2019

Iron fans can pay on the day for the League Two trip to face Newport County on Saturday, October 19th (3pm kick-off).

Click here for an away supporters' guide Newport have provided ahead of the weekend.

Newport have confirmed there is a pay on the day option. It is cash only and tickets are available from the Bisley Stand. There is no price increase on the day.

Meanwhile, official coach travel is also on sale, costing £27 members and £29 non-members. Departure times are 8.00am from the Hornsby bus depot, 8.05am from Ashby Broadway, 8.15am from the Museum and Baths Hall, and 8.30am from the Sands Venue Stadium. Travel must be purchased in advance from our ticket office or online via www.sufctickets.com.  

Prices for the game are as follows:

BISLEY STAND

Adult £22
Senior (60+) £18
Young Adult (16-21)/Student £16
Under 16 £10
Under 12 £8
Under 6* Free

Students must have a valid NUS card and/or proof of education to qualify.

Under 16, or 6 on 1st August 2019.

*Under 6 must be accompanied by a full paying adult or senior.

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