By Connor Woolley
Hampton and Richmond travel to Oxford City on Saturday hoping to end a run of six games without a league win.
Their opponents, like Hampton, have only won once in the league since the turn of the year. A 1-0 win away at Chippenham Town last weekend.
The Beavers have had somewhat improved performances in recent weeks. They will be looking to build on Tuesday night’s 1-0 friendly win over Egham Town FC.
Oxford City, meanwhile, will be trying to gain their own momentum after their impressive 3-1 win over local Football League rivals Oxford United in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup on Tuesday night.
City also completed the loan signings of two Oxford United players last week. Forwards Owen James and Albie Hopkins have joined City from their League One neighbours until the end of the season.
Both the youngsters went straight into City’s squad last week and will be expected to feature against Hampton tomorrow.
Another forward that Hampton will need to keep a close eye on is Kabongo Tshimanga. He has scored 28 goals for Mark Jones’s side since signing last year and scored the winner against Chippenham last week.
Hampton currently sit eight points off the relegation zone with a game in hand, in 17th. A win against Oxford, who are six points ahead in 13th, would do the Beavers a world of good.