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Preview: Yeovil Town (A)

9 December 2022

The Iron travel down to the south-west in the Vanarama National League on Saturday with a trip to Huish Park, the home of Yeovil Town.


Click here for ticket news ahead of Saturday, December 10th’s (3pm kick off) clash against Yeovil Town.

Please note that ticket prices increase from 12noon on matchday.


Defender George Taft - read - Iron Player

Interim First Team Manager Michael Nelson - read - Iron Player


Striker Joe Nuttall is suspended for the Iron’s trip to Huish Park after his red card away at Wealdstone, which was appealed but ultimately knocked back by the FA. It's the second match of a three-game ban.

Liam Feeney and Kgosi Ntlhe (hamstrings) continue to miss out due to their respective injuries. Jordan Hallam is back in training but not match fit for Saturday.


Yeovil Town currently sit 19th in the Vanarama National League with four wins, ten draws and seven losses. They sit seven points above the Iron. In our previous meeting this season, the Iron came away 2-1 winners with goals from Andrew Boyce and Jacob Butterfield.

32-year-old striker Alex Fisher is the Glovers' top goalscorer this season with four goals in 20 games. He signed from Newport County in the summer on a free transfer.

Yeovil’s last game was away against Bromley and was abandoned in the 11th minute due a medical emergency in the crowd, and it was later sadly confirmed that a Bromley fan had passed away.

Yeovil come into the game against the Iron in good form. They are currently five unbeaten after winning 1-0 at home against Halifax Town, drawing 0-0 away against Notts County, winning 3-1 at home against Gateshead, drawing 0-0 at home to Maidenhead and drawing 1-1 away to Maidstone.

This is Yeovil’s fourth year in the National League after being relegated from League Two in 2018/19 with their highest National League finish being fourth. This came in 2018/19 when the season was cut short due to COVID-19. Last season Yeovil finished 12th with 59 points.


The referee for Saturday’s game is Elliot Swallow, the two assistant referees are Grzegorz Kornasiewicz and Ciaran Barlow. The fourth official is Craig Scriven. Swallow has officiated 10 National League games so far this seasn, one being an Iron game away at Eastleigh where we suffered a 2-0 defeat, handing out two yellow cards, one to either side.


There is on-site parking available at Huish Park for the cost of £3, but be aware this does tend to fill up quickly. Another option for travelling fans is to park on Stourton Way (BA21 3FF). This is a 5-10-minute walk to the ground but please be mindful of local residents and you park at your own risk if you do choose to park here. If you decide to travel by train, be aware, although Yeovil has two train stations the nearest, Pen Mill Junction, is 3 miles away and the other, Yeovil Junction, is 5 miles away, therefore some fans decide to get a taxi to the ground, whereas others decide to catch the local bus, the number 68 bus to the town centre then the number 51 bus to Abbey Manor estate, which is a short walk to the ground.

Scunthorpe supporters will be located in Block P of the Screwfix stand, which is a seated area.

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Match Reports

Report: Yeovil Town 0-0 Iron

10 December 2022

United drew 0-0 away at Yeovil Town on Saturday, keeping their first clean sheet since March.

The Iron made four changes from the side that faced Notts County last week, as Owen Foster, Finley Shrimpton, Colin Daniel and Tom Pugh came in for Marcus Dewhurst, Jacob Butterfield, Ethan Young and Jai Rowe.

There was an attacking start from the Iron with crosses from Alfie Beestin and Daniel on the left blocked and then cleared, respectively, before an advance down the right from Reagan Ogle was interjected.

Marcus Carver chased a ball down the right channel, forcing a touch from the home defence before the ball was played out for a throw to the Iron on the far side.

On seven minutes, there were three superbly timed sliding challenges from Pugh to thwart Yeovil’s progression down the right. It was a first corner of the game for the Glovers though, as a result. This was headed away by George Taft, with the following cross headed just over the crossbar.

Two minutes after, the Iron had a corner of their own following slick play between Ogle and Rob Apter. The ball was fed to Beestin, with the cutback turned behind. The subsequent corner ball dropped for Taft, with his shot headed away.

On 16 minutes, Carver was fouled on the edge of the area, but the referee played an advantage that saw the ball through to Apter. He was brought down, but fairly, and the Iron had a corner.

Boyce escaped his marker, but the corner was headed away by the hosts. Pugh sent in a second delivery which Carver chased. Daniels’ cross was blocked though.

The 22nd minute saw a superb save from Foster as he narrowed the angle as Ewan Clark was slipped in on goal down the right of the area.

On 26 minutes, the Iron drove forward as Apter spread play to the left. Beestin checked inside and opted to pass to Lavery rather than shoot. The ball was intercepted but fell with Carver, who sent an effort wide from six-yards out.

In the 35th minute, Foster was quick off his line to gather a through ball with Louis Britton racing onto the end of it.

Four minutes later, Pugh’s deep delivery was headed away twice before arriving at Beestin on the edge of the box. He controlled the ball before sending a volley just over the bar.

On 42 minutes, play was spread wide-right to Charlie Wakefield for the hosts. He took on Daniel before rolling an effort towards goal, which Foster got down to his right to gather.

On the stroke of half-time, the ball dropped to Beestin 25-yards from goal, with a first-time left-footed effort going across it and wide.

Two minutes into the second period, the Iron defended an early second-half free-kick into the area before keeping a tight line to ensure Britton was flagged offside.

There was then a quick break from Yeovil in the 53rd minute as play was switched from right to left. Wakefield took on possession but sent his 20-yard effort into the crowd behind the goal.

In the 64th minute Scunthorpe had their best chance of the game so far when Shrimpton played the ball wide to Pugh. He drove forward and waited for the overlap by Ogle. He then floated in a cross, Carver rose well sending a header towards the corner, but the ball clipped the post.

Then, Shrimpton patiently waited for Daniel to overlap before the left-back clipped in a ball. Ogle kept the attack alive before Pugh won a free-kick.

Pugh floated in a good delivery, and Taft headed towards goal but the effort was off target.

There was then a big chance for the Iron as the ball was cut back by Carver on the left goal line. Pugh slipped at the vital moment, with Apter firing over the crossbar.

With 20 minutes left, from a free-kick, Beestin had a go from range, with the effort bouncing up off the surface, but still comfortably gathered by Smith.

Then, Pugh was denied by Grant Smith with a parried effort on the right side of the area. Shrimpton then sent the ball back into the area with Pugh unable to get the ball under control.

From a corner won by Apter on 73 minutes, Boyce rose highest and sent his effort on goal. It was blocked. Daniel lashed an effort towards goal and it almost crossed the line but for a last ditch stop from Smith.

The two sides battled it out for the next exchanges with chances few and far between before the Iron broke and Wilson sent in a right-wing cross which goalkeeper Smith got to.

There was a late Iron change as Apter was replaced by Cameron Wilson.

Scunthorpe return to action on Tuesday night with a home game against Woking (7.45pm kick-off).

YEOVIL: Smith, Hunt, Bevan, Johnson, Staunton, Andrews, D'Ath, Clark (Oluwabori, 66), Wakefield (Linton, 72), Britton, Fisher.


IRON: Foster, Ogle, Boyce, Beestin, Carver, Lavery, Taft, Shrimpton, Daniel, Apter (Wilson, 90), Pugh.

IRON SUBS: Dewhurst, O'Malley, Rowe, Butterfield, Wilson.

ATTENDANCE: 2,744 (78 away fans).

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Ticket News

Tickets on sale for Yeovil Town away league clash

9 December 2022

Tickets are on sale for the Iron's trip to Huish Park to face Yeovil Town in the Vanarama National League on Saturday, December 10th (3pm).

Please note, prices increase after 12noon on matchday.

The Iron have a small batch of tickets to sell in-house from Glanford Park, while the remainder of the allocation is available to purchase online directly from Yeovil Town.

Scunthorpe supporters will be situated in Block P of the Screwfix Community Stand, which is a seated stand

Adult £15 £18
65 and over £12 £15
Armed Forces £12 £15
16-23 £12 £14
Under-16 £5 £5
Under-12^ £3 £3

^Under-12s must be bought with an adult equivalent.

*Wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters are charged at their relevant age category, with a carer admitted free of charge. Proof required.

You can purchase your tickets online (, by calling 01724 747670 or by visiting in person.


Meanwhile, the Iron are taking interest for official coach travel for this game. For more details, or to register your interest please email

Tuesday, December 6th - 10am-4pm
Wednesday, December 7th - Closed
Thursday, December 8th - 10am-4pm
Friday, December 9th - 10am-4pm

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