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- Echosport will be providing live match updates as Phil Simkin's Magpies take on Chelmsford City in Essex.
- With Nathan Craig and Ashley Yeoman being recalled by Torquay today and several players unavailable it will be interesting to see what side boss Simkin picks.
- Get involved in the action by using #wearedorch in your tweets on the game.
Chelmsford 4 Magpies 1
Chelmsford 4 Magpies 1
An awful night for the Magpies is made worse when sub Edmans scores in the third minute of injury time.
Luke Pidgley makes his Magpies' debut as a late sub for Byerley.
Chelmsford 3 Magpies 1
Charlie Losasso scores a consolation for the Magpies in the 87th minute with a superb strike from all of 30 yards.
Davis on for Lock for the hosts, 10 mins to go.
Chelmsford 3 Magpies 0
Dorchester night goes from bad worse as, after Jermyn has to come off with an injury, Joe Ward makes it 3-0 when Alan Walker-Harris drops a cross on 77 mins.
Chelmsford have brought off both their scorers for Callander and Edmans.
Chelmsford 2 Magpies 0
Cheek smashes in Lock's corner at the back post on 65 minutes.
Chelmsford 1 Magpies 0
Kieron St Aimie gives the Clarets the lead, poking in a cross from five yards out on 60 mins.
Are we scared to bring on Makoni? Bring him on and use his pace!— @thesameoldfew 17 March 2014
If the scores are level after 90 minutes, the game will be decided by a 100m sprint between Simkin and their mascot http://t.co/rIlD88x4GN— @thesameoldfew 17 March 2014
What's happened to Tennant, Brooks etc? Not a good sight that we can only field a 3 man bench! #wearedorch— @tombezzaaa 17 March 2014
Early change for Dorchester at start of second half with Ryan Case on for Jack Twyford.
Good chance as well for Byerley.
Chelmsford 0 Magpies 0
Nick Crittenden picked up two yellow cards on Saturday and he's received another one five minutes before half-time tonight.
Good play from Redwood eventually sees St Aimie shoot wide.
Nearly half an hour gone and still 0-0 between Chelmsford and Dorchester.
The hosts seem to have had more of the ball and Smeeton makes a good clearance for the Magpies with Hughes hovering.
Magpies' skipper Jermyn is shown a yellow card - again - for a foul on Cheek as the Chelmsford man tries to go through on goal.
Some may have felt he was the last man.
Nothing of real note in the first 15 minutes in Essex with a lot of misplaced passes from both sides.
Bright start from the Magpies with Twyford attempting an acrobatic effort but it doesn't find the target.
Under way at Melbourne Park and another crucial three points on offer for the Magpies.
Come on you Magpies! #WeAreDorch— @Ian_Evans 17 March 2014
Two changes to the Magpies' line-up from Saturday with Jake McCarthy and Jack Twyford coming in for Craig and Yeoman.
Only three subs, including a call-up for reserve-team midfielder Luke Pidgley.
Magpies: Walker-Harris, McCarthy, Smeeton, Jermyn, N Walker, Lanahan, Crittenden, Gleeson, Twyford, Byerley, Losasso.
Subs: Case, Makoni, Pidgley
Chelmsford: Pentney, Miller, Redwood, Lock, Haines, Smith, Ward, Hughes, Cheek, St Aimie, Greene.
Subs: Avery, Callander, Edmans, Davis, Forecast
CHELMSFORD v MAGPIES match preview
It's Monday night football for the Magpies tonight, just a few days after their 1-0 defeat to Bath on Saturday.
Chelmsford, the Clarets, also go into the clash at Melbourne Stadium on the back of a loss after they were beaten 4-2 by Eastbourne at the weekend.
The Clarets have just one win in their last seven in Skrill South and were beaten 2-1 by the Magpies at the Avenue earlier in the season.
There will be changes to the Magpies' team from Saturday with on-loan Torquay duo Nathan Craig and Ashley Yeoman today being recalled by their parent club.
Steve Walker and Dan Munday are unavailable but it looks like Clive Makoni has made the trip to Essex.
Dorchester are without a win in four but won three out of four before that.