NTU Football currently sit at the top of the BUCS Men’s Premier Division with only one fixture left to decide the teams final table position. The teams final fixture of the season is made even more dramatic by the fact that all the responsibility lies in their hands. They must produce either a win or a draw over the University of Stirling to win the league, with a loss leaving the top spot for the opposition. With everything to play for, the final fixture for NTU Football in the Men’s premier division is set to be one of the most exciting fixtures in NTU Sport history.
The build up to this fixture has been a showcase of the talent within the NTU Football team and a testament to the quality of the coaching they receive. With a record of only 1 loss, 2 draws and an impressive 6 wins NTU Football have given the season everything they have.
|1||Nottingham Trent Men’s 1||9||6||1||2||20|
|2||Loughborough Men’s 1||10||5||2||3||18|
|3||Stirling Men’s 1||9||6||3||0||18|
|4||Durham Men’s 1||10||4||4||2||14|
|5||Northumbria Men’s 1||9||3||6||0||9|
|6||Birmingham Men’s 1||9||0||8||1||1|
The season started strongly with a win away up north against Northumbria ending 2-1, setting the team up for a good season. The next fixture ended in a 1-1 draw against Loughborough who have now completed all 10 fixtures sitting in second place in the league table, the results of this weeks fixture will see them either retaining that spot or falling into 3rd. The fixture following this was another home match where NTU secured a well deserved 1-0 win over Durham. The fourth fixture of the season was the first clash between NTU and Stirling, this now obviously crucial game saw NTU win away to the Stirling side 1-0. On the back of a big win NTU faced Birmingham at home for the 5th fixture, and in a strong display of what the team is capable of, they secured a 3-0 victory to end the first half of the season.
Sadly the second half of the season started with the Boys in Pink picking up the first and only loss of the season so far against Northumbria, who came to seek revenge following a home loss to NTU in a game which ended 1-0 to Northumbria. NTU picked themselves up and travelled down to Loughborough to secure a 2-0 victory. Despite a strong performance after this NTU could only secure a draw away to Durham ending 1-1. The final game before the final fixture against Stirling was away to Birmingham who NTU previously had beaten 3-0, again the boys pulled out a win despite the away disadvantage to set up a home League Title game against Stirling.
With everything to play for we wish the Boys in Pink all the best in this upcoming fixture and welcome students and staff to come and watch what will be one of the most exciting fixtures ever to be played at Clifton. Kick off is at 13:0O at Clifton on Pitch 4 on the 5/2/2020.