The Ravens will face Maidenhead United at York Road this afternoon, hoping to return to winning ways after Sunday’s draw with Southend. They are in 4th place on the National League standings, with just one point away from the first placed Chesterfield, but with two games more. Together with Dag & Red and Chesterfield, they scored the most goals in the league their striker Michael Cheek is the second top scorer of the league with 14 goals. Maidenhead United sit 21st in the National League on 15 points from 18 matches. They have won none of their previous five matches, losing four and conceding 16 goals. In the two previous meetings between Bromley and Maidenhead, we saw a rain of goals, and this should be another open and efficient match.