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With Egham looking like they've gone off the boil Ware hope to make up for last month's close defeat.
Ware looking for first ever victory over Bedford.
Another tough game for the Blues as they continue to look to regain lost ground.
Our first visit to Godalming after a seven day break from football.
Khale DaCosta to make his 100th appearance for the club all being well whilst it's a first visit to the Park for old opponents.
Can Ware maintain their revival? Can Bish keep up his scoring?
Third meeting of the season as Ware look to make up for Tuesday's defeat.
First meeting since we won the Isthmian Division Two championship.
First visit to Ware for last year's Wessex League champions.
Ware's first point of 2016 but yet another late goal denies them three against Leighton Town.
Leighton face unaccustomed away game.
A tough contest should make for good entertainment in our derby game rearranged from new year.
First meeting in Ware since 1972.
We're back to waterlogged pitches I'm afraid.
First visit to Honeycroft since March 1984.
Postponed games now have new dates in February.
Pitch passes afternoon inspection as home semi-final against Boreham Wood, Watford or Sawbridgeworth awaits the winners.
League leaders present tough task as Ware seek to get back to winning ways.
Last match before Christmas offers Ware chance of a first double of the season.
Three new signings were made on Thursday though whether any or some of them will figure in Saturday's game at Bedford is not known.
Bedford, where an eagle is also a phoenix.
Fifth versus sixth in battle for the play-off places
Senior Cup visit to old rivals is first meeting in 11 years for once close rivals.
First Hampshire side to visit Ware in 22 years.
First home game for new management team as Ware look to make amends for previous defeats.
It's a first league meeting after 115 years and a first for Ken Charlery.
Our game at home to Barton Rovers that was postponed on Tuesday will now be played next Tuesday, November 24th.
Waterlogged pitch sees game at home to Barton Rovers put on the back burner.
Following a poor start Arlesey have picked up in the league and present a harder task than might have been thought a few weeks ago.
It's off to Cow Lane this Tuesday as we start on the Senior Cup trail.
Another new name for us as we seek to get back to winning ways.
More new opponents as Ware seek to recover pride and momentum.
Ware hoping to continue successful run.
Wins for Egham and AFC Rushden lift them into the play-off places.
With both clubs out of the FA Trophy they have a free Saturday on October 31st so we will now be playing at Hanwell that day.
First league meeting in 45 years as Ware hope to extend winning run.
Northwood back at the Park for league cup encounter.
Another new name comes to Wodson Park on Non-league Day.
Longest away trip of the season for first meeting between our clubs as Ware seek milestone victory.
FA Trophy pits us against former Isthmian opponents.
Saturday's cup exit may prove spur for Tuesday's visitors.
Away to Tring Athletic in the first round with a possible derby match in the second round.
Chalfont go top thanks to 4-0 away win whilst Ware move to mid-table after a second win on the trot.
First league meeting in over thirty years finds Ware looking for a home win.
Four new (or in one case, not so new) players sign for the club.
Neither club yet has a home win this season.
Buckinghamshire side return to Wodson Park after almost ten years as both clubs search for league points.
FA Cup starts for us in Suffolk this weekend.
First meeting of our two clubs though there is a connection between us.
Second meeting in a season that is still young.
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