WHO ARE THE SHOTS PLAYING?
Shots continue their run of away fixtures at the Gallagher Stadium on Tuesday night to take on Maidstone. Maidstone are currently sat 23rd in the National League table, having won 5 games and picking up 21 points so far this campaign.
HOW HAVE THEY DONE THIS SEASON?
Maidstone have made a good account of themselves in the FA Trophy this season, beating Worthing and Notts County on their way to setting up a fifth round tie against Eastleigh next month. However, in the FA Cup, they were knocked out in the fourth qualifying round by an early Luke Ingram goal for Needham Market. In the National League, they sit 23rd, having won 5 games, picking up 21 points so far this season.
The last encounter between these two sides came in August of this season, where Maidstone picked up all the points in a 3-1 win for the visitors at the EBB. Justin Amaluzor was on the scoresheet for Aldershot, but his goal was not enough to ensure any points after a quick second-half treble from Maidstone.
The Shots last trip to Maidstone came in the 18-19 National League season. The Shots were 2-0 victors that day, with Matt McClure and Bernard Mensah scoring goals in a victory for Aldershot.
ONE TO WATCH: JACK BARHAM
Barham is Maidstone’s top scorer this season, having scored 8 goals in 26 appearances for Maidstone so far this campaign. Barham joined Maidstone from Dartford at the start of last season, and scored 18 goals in 27 games in the National League South for the side last season as they won promotion into the National League. Barham also previously had spells at Barnet and Bromley in the National League before he joined Maidstone.
- Top scorer: Jack Barham (8)
- Most minutes: Regan Booty (2,501)
- Last season: 1st (NLS)
- Goals for: 37
- Goals against: 65
- Clean sheets: 5
Tickets for The Shots trip to Maidstone United can be bought now by clicking HERE
Prices for the Vanarama National League clash are as follows:
- ADULT: £19
- CONCESSIONS (65+, Students with valid ID): £15
- YOUTH (11-16): £9
- UNDER 11: £3
HOW TO FOLLOW THE GAME:
As always, live updates will be posted on Shots official Twitter @OfficialShots, and you can catch up with highlights of the game on the Aldershot YouTube channel HERE after the final whistle has gone.
There will be live BBC Surrey Sport online commentary of the game.