Mitre hope to get back to winning ways at Glasshouse

img_0092Ship and Mitre B will be hoping to get back to winning ways as they travel to Vauxhall pub The Glasshouse in the Liverpool Open Darts League.

Following a run of three straight wins, Mitre lost 7-2 last Monday at home to early title favourites Liver Vaults.

The Glasshouse currently lie in second bottom in the Liverpool Open Darts League and they are currently on a run of four straight defeats since the turn of the year. Their last game was a narrow 5-4 defeat at title chasers, The Gateway.

The corresponding fixture saw the Vauxhall outfit come to Dale Street and win 6-3, a result sparked B’s run of 11 straight defeats, ended with a 7-2 victory over Newstead B last month.

Following the game, the two teams will compete in the Charlie Frost Trophy-  a short form competition not too dissimilar to the individual event.

Skipper Peter Mylchreest said in his captains corner that this “should be a close game. I think the teams are fairly close in ability and we owe them one from the last game. As I recall their starting and finishing on the night was ruthless. We need to do that ourselves.”

Depending on other results, Ship and Mitre B could end up as high as 12th in the Liverpool Open Darts League. They would go above O.D.V.A. should they lose at home to Arkles and will go on the same points as Masons should they lose at home to Peg Legs.

A win for the Glasshouse would not affect their league position however, they would still be second bottom, but a defeat would drag Mitre closer to the bottom of the table. Glasshouse would be just two points behind Mitre, who currently lie in third bottom.

If you cannot see the game, but want to keep up to date with it, then as usual, we will be covering the game live on Twitter, you can follow us @ShipMitreB for all updates from tomorrow’s match.

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