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Bishop's Stortford to face old boy Jake Cass in big game against promotion rivals Enfield Town

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Bishop's Stortford will need to keep their leading scorer Jake Cass quiet when they travel to promotion rivals Enfield Town on Saturday.

Cass, who is still their top marksman this term with 15 goals, left the Blues a month ago after the club announced they had "decided to amicably part company".

The striker subsequently said on Twitter that he had not wanted to leave the club. Manager Steve Smith then went on record to say Cass lying to him and disrespecting him was the reason he had departed.

Steve Smith and Jake Cass (54802711)
Steve Smith and Jake Cass (54802711)

Cass has scored six goals in eight games for Enfield Town, who are second in the Pitching In Isthmian League Premier Division, four points clear of the Blues, having played the same number of games, and two points behind leaders Worthing Town.

Stortford won 3-0 at Potters Bar Town on Tuesday night (Feb 8) to return to third having slipped to fourth at the weekend after drawing for the second game running in a 3-3 thriller at home to Corinthian-Casuals. They have lost only one of their last 21 league games after losing three of their first eight.

They are also due to travel to Haringey Borough next Tuesday (Feb 15) before hosting Worthing on Saturday February 19.

Meanwhile, Southend United loanee Jimmy Wallace's time at the club has come to an end with the youngster now starting a loan spell at Isthmian North Division side Witham Town.

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