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Bedworth played hosts to the leagues most in form side and before kick off Bedworth’s task was made even harder when Curvin Sanderson-Ellis name was added to every growing injury list of Greenback strikers.  With Khaellem Bailey-Nicols already a miss from his injury on Saturday it meant that the pack had to be reshuffled and Liam Murphy and Olli Babbington were promoted to the starting 11 from the weekend.

Bedworth started OK but it was Khalsa who had the best chance in the opening exchanges when a Sidibe shot from the edge of the box hit the post and bounced out harmlessly for a Bedworth throw but after that Bedworth got a foothold in the game and when Dilano Reid broke free and went one on one with Sam Arnold in the Khalsa goal he curled the ball expertly round the keeper but somehow the ball hit the inside of the post and spun back into play to be cleared for a Bedworth corner.  The corner came in was met by the head of Elliot Parrott but the ball went just the wrong side of the Khalsa goal to prevent Bedworth taking the lead.  These warnings seemed to spark Khalsa into life and it was Khalsa who in the 17th minute broke the deadlock when a loose ball in the midfield was pounced on by Harry Cunningham who went one on one with Sam Lomax in the Bedworth goal the Bedworth stopper did well to save with his right foot Will Edjenguele went to clear the rebound but his clearance bounced off Toumani Sidibe and into the Bedworth net to give the visitors the lead.  Bedworth nearly struck back within minutes of going behind but Arnold dived down low to his right to palm a Liam Lockett drive round his post.  Bedworth had a decent shout for a penalty as the half drew to a close when a Khalsa player slid in inside the box and looked like he palmed the ball away from Lockett but the referee waved play on.

Half Time Bedworth United 0 Sporting Khalsa 1

Khalsa started the second half looking to control the game and slow it down at every opportunity they got the game became a scrappy affair with both sides getting involved with the referee along with the Khalsa bench.  Oli Babbington had the best chance of the half for Bedworth when a turning shot was luckily deflected just the wrong side of the Khalsa post with Arnold beaten.  This was to be the Bedworth mans last input into the game when minutes later he went to receive a ball and went down under no challenge and was in obvious pain and had to be replaced.  With Bedworth pushing forward looking for the equaliser it was obviously going to leave space at the back and when a flick on went beyond the Bedworth back line the pace of Miracle Okafor saw the Khalsa striker get away and fire an unstoppable shot past Lomax to double the visitors lead.  Khalsa then managed the game until its conclusion and left The OVAL with all 3 points.

Full Time Bedworth United 0 Sporting Khalsa 2


Date Time League Season Full Time
25th October 2022 7:45 pm Northern Premier League - Midlands 22-23 2022-23 0'


Rye Piece Ringway, Coalpit Field, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England, CV12 8NN, 영국


Club1st Half2nd HalfGoals
Bedworth United000
Sporting Khalsa112

Bedworth United

1SAM LOMAX Goalkeeper
2RYAN MOORE Defender