Non–league preview: Met Police look to build on good form and improve away record against Leatherhead

Met Police will want to improve on their disappointing away form when they travel to Leatherhead on Saturday in the Ryman Premier.

All five of Met’s losses this season have come on the road but they go into Saturday’s game against 14th-placed Leatherhead with four wins out of their last five and fifth in the table.

Conversely, Kingstonian, who sit at 11th in the Ryman Premier, will aim to recover their home form when they host 16th-placed Tonbridge Angels, having only won twice at Kingsmeadow this season.

At the bottom end of the table, Hampton & Richmond go to Lewes just one place and two points ahead of them, positioned 18th and 19th respectively, but with the latter holding two games in hand.

In the Ryman South, Tooting & Mitcham are away to Chipstead with both teams on 37 points in a congested mid table, although Tooting & Mitcham have lost four of their last five.

Sitting between those two in 11th are Carshalton Athletic, also on 37 points, who have a chance to progress up the table when they host bottom-placed Horsham.

With the best form of the bottom five teams, having won three of their last five, Walton Casuals may fancy their chances against fourth-placed Merstham despite the 32 points that separate them.

Walton & Hersham go into their first league game of 2015 on the exact same form as their hosts Whyteleafe with one win, one draw and three losses in their last five each despite Walton sitting at 17th and Whyteleafe at fifth.

Raynes Park Vale have lost to Westfield both times they have met this season and will want to break that pattern when they travel their on Saturday in the Premier Division.

Meanwhile, mid-table Colliers Wood United will be confident when they go to Frimley Green having beaten them 4-1 last time round while Frimley’s last win came in October.

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