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Saturday 20 December 2014 2:13 AM

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The Heathens have been backed to banish their recent poor record against Binfield, when they visit the Moles on Saturday.

Graham Malcolm's men haven't won on their last six outing against the Moles, and suffered their only league defeat - a 3-0 loss - against them at home earlier in the campaign.

That said, they go into Saturday's match full off


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