Ottery St Mary hoping weather breaks so they can play at home for first time in ten weeks!

12:46 27 December 2012

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Ottery St Mary will play only their fourth home game of the Fresha League season on Saturday when they host Tedburn St Mary (2.15).

The Otters have not graced their home pitch since an October 17, 6-1 defeat to Crediton United.

They lost their two other home games, 4-0 to Upottery on September 29 and 4-3 to Thorverton on September 8.

Tedburn St Mary have lost two, drawn one and won three of their previous away games.

Ottery last played on December 8 when they won 4-1 at basement side Sandford.

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