Phil Yelland takes a look back on how Salford City have fared during previous trips to Barrow ahead of Saturday's League Two encounter.
The weekend will see The Ammies’ fourth trip to the SO Legal Stadium and the score in terms of wins stands at 2-1 in Salford's favour.
2020's game was historic. Taking place as it did at the start of December, it was the first time that fans were allowed into the stadium to watch the team back in the Football League. A crowd of just over 1,000 watched (capacity was reduced due to COVID-19 regulations) as we struggled to end a run of five league games without a win. Ash Hunter scored the winner for the visitors early in the second half in what was to be David Dunn’s last home game in charge.
However, The Ammies bounced back again when Ibou Touray levelled things with seven minutes remaining. There was to be another twist in the tail when, deep into injury time from a Josh Kay cross, Blyth (now playing with Chorley in National League North) arrived late at the far post to net the winner.
Let’s hope we can claim our second home win on Saturday.