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LIVE - Salisbury City v Basingstoke Town
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FULL-TIME - Salisbury City 0 Basingstoke Town 2
That's a massive win for Town, ending Salisbury's unbeaten home record and keeping just their third clean sheet of the season.
It was a great display, with everyone showing effort and heart despite the injury problems at the back. Worth missing the United game for.
Other Blue Square Bet South scores: Havant 2 Bath 1, Billericay 2 Farnborough 1, Maidenhead 1 Dover 2, Sutton 4 Bromley 3, Weston 3 Chelmsford 0, Eastbourne 0 Dorchester 0 - but floodlight failure with four minutes to go.
See Thursday's Gazette for a full report and all of the reaction to tonight's game.
Can't be long left now. Town look to be seeing the game out.
That was a chance for the hosts, Ryan Brett firing not too far wide from 15 yards on the volley.
GOAL - Salisbury City 0 Basingstoke Town 2 - Delano Sam-Yorke (90 min)
Surely that's the game won. It's a mazy run from DELANO SAM-YORKE which ends with a shot from an acute angle that finds the back of the net via the post.
There will be five minutes of added time for Salisbury to get back into it.
Wow, that was a close thing for the hosts. They caught Town napping from a throw and their appeals for handball fall on deaf ears but the ball falls to Ryan Brett in a great position and Rob Rice produces a great block to deny him.
Four minutes left. It's backs to the wall stuff but Town are defending well.
Would rather be at Salisbury tonight then be at home watching united! #SupportYourLocalClub #BTFC— @TMooresy 05 March 2013
In case anyone didn't know. United took the lead but then had Nani sent off and now trail 2-1. They need two to go through.
A nervous moment as Ashley Bayes comes to collect a long free-kick. He's stretching and can't hold on, but catches on the bounce.
RT @jaymolev: Get in basingstoke, keep it up. Love from welling! #BTFC @BASINGSTOKE_FC— @peter27afcb 05 March 2013
10 minutes to go. Can Town hold on? It's almost all Salisbury possession at the moment.
Salisbury's Daniel Fitchett shoots from the edge of the area and it takes a good block to deflect it wide.
Town fail to clear the corner properly and it's a chance on the edge of the area for Ricky Wellard - but he blasts well over.
YELLOW CARD - Chris McPhee - Salisbury City
A booking for dissent.
Another chance for Salisbury's Daniel Fitchett. Ryan Brett's low ball in creates a problem but the striker is crowded out after taking a touch when he should have got a shot away.
SUBSTITUTION - Salisbury City - Charles Ademeno on for Robert Sinclair
The hosts make their last change with 20 minutes to go, a striker replacing a midfielder.
Good play by Salisbury's Elliott Frear, who breaks forward with purpose before feeding Ryan Brett and his cross is headed over by Daniel Fitchett. He should have done better with that.
YELLOW CARD - Elliott Frear - Salisbury City
Frear is booked for pulling back Delano Sam-Yorke as he looks to break clear.
SUBSTITUTION - Salisbury City - Emmanuel Udoji on for Callum Hart
Town have their first bit of pressure of the half and win a corner. David Ray gets up to meet it at the far post but can only head straight at Will Puddy in the home goal.
Salisbury have been well on top since the break.
Daniel Fitchett put one shot from the edge of the area too close to Ashley Bayes and then almost darted through the defence.
He seemed to be impeded by David Ray and may have got a penalty if he had gone down - but he didn't when he went down under a challenge from Rob Rice, being booked for diving.
The hosts have also made a change, replacing Theo Lewis with Elliott Frear.
We're 14 minutes into the second-half.
Sorry guys, had a few technical problems - the good news is it's still 1-0.
I would of took a draw at Half time! But c'mon town 1-0 ht #BTFC— @TMooresy 05 March 2013
Choosing to watch basingstoke away to Salisbury instead of man united vs madrid! #SupportYourLocalTeam #BTFC #AwayDays— @Burridge95 05 March 2013
There are a number of games going on in the Blue Square Bet South tonight.
Half-times: Sutton 1 Bromley 0, Maidenhead 0 Dover 1, Havant 0 Bath 1, Eastbourne 0 Dorchester 0, Weston 1 Chelmsford 0.
Use the comment box at the bottom of the page or #BTFC on Twitter to have your say on tonight's game.
No goals at Old Trafford as yet, so at least I'm not missing much!
7:47pm Tue 5 Mar 13
Again i'm not at the game tonight due to travelling terms inconvenient time and to buses or anything to get to the ground
i would happily settle for a draw tonight sat here watching as it happens while listening to Manchester United vs Real Madrid
Come on you Dragons
HALF-TIME - Salisbury City 0 Basingstoke Town 1
That's a good first-half for Town, who matched their high-flying opponents and made the most of their one clear chance.
Salisbury have not been beaten at home all season. Could Town change that tonight?
There will be one minute of added time at the end of this first-half.
Delano Sam-Yorke steals the ball from a Salisbury defender but chooses to shoot from the edge of the area and it's a poor effort, floating well wide.
This is better from the visitors. They're keeping the ball well at the moment.
Town are on the back foot at the moment. Defending too deep.
That's a big chance for the hosts. A cross from the right finds Brian Dutton at the far post and his header down finds Chris McPhee, who swivels well but fires over from about six yards.
GOAL - Salisbury City 0 Basingstoke Town 1 - Simon Dunn (28 min)
That's a great ball in from Ben Jefford and while a Salisbury defender gets a flick to deny Manny Williams a simple chance, the header only reaches Tim Sills at the far post.
He heads across goal and SIMON DUNN is there to nod home from close range. Question marks over the Salisbury goalkeeper there. It was not the most powerful of headers.
Town fail to clear their lines following a free-kick and the ball drops to Theo Lewis on the edge of the area. It's a presentable chance but he fires wide.
Town fail to get close enough to their men and Salisbury work the ball to Chris McPhee on the right side of the area, but his angled drive is too close to Ashley Bayes.
Nathan Smart's low cross takes a deflection, forcing Will Puddy in the Salisbury goal to claim down low.
Great run by Delano Sam-Yorke down the right, beating two men, but it's wasted as Stuart Lake makes a complete hash of shooting when the ball is pulled back to him on the edge of the area.
Daniel Fitchett is causing problems for Town and another half-chance is smashed well wide.
Salisbury goalkeeper Will Puddy does well to claim a couple of high balls. Town have made a decent start here.
A Salisbury free-kick causes problems, with Daniel Fitchett heading a half-chance wide.
Some decent play by Town in that move, which ends with Simon Dunn failing to beat Salisbury's Will Puddy at his near post after a dangerous ball in by Ben Jefford.
Town have lined up 4-3-3, with David Ray alongside Rob Rice at the heart of the defence.
Salisbury have the first shot, Daniel Fitchett teeing himself up for a volley on the edge of the area but shooting straight at Ashley Bayes.
Town get the game under way. It's a mild, clear night in Wiltshire and the pitch looks in decent shape.
Salisbury City: Puddy, Wilson, Hart, Brett, Clarke, Dutton, Lewis, Wellard, Fitchett, McPhee, Sinclair. Subs: Frear, Scott, Giles, Ademeno, Udoji.
Basingstoke Town: Bayes, Smart, Jefford, Rice, Ray, Lake, Daly, Sills, Williams, Sam-Yorke, Dunn. Subs: McAuley, Paterson, Holder-Spooner, Campbell, McDonnell.
Two changes for Town, with Stuart Lake and David Ray coming in for Shaun McAuley and Chris Paterson, who drop to the bench. I'll let you know how they line-up when the match starts.
Good evening and welcome to live updates from the Raymond McEnhill Stadium, where Basingstoke Town are the visitors to Salisbury City in the Blue Square Bet South.