Published: Friday, March 17th 2017

Looking Ahead: Cinderford Town

Written by Jon Underwood

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Slough look to continue their push for a top 5 place at Arbour Park.


It's vital that we continue to focus on one game at a time and our first target is to guarantee a top 5 finish

Jon Underwood

We look forward to tomorrow's game with Cinderford. With just seven games remaining we are in a great position and it's vital that we continue to focus on one game at a time and our first target is to guarantee a top 5 finish before we worry about anything else.

Our opponents may be bottom of the league but they are fighting for their lives, and having been beaten at their place a few weeks ago we know exactly what to expect from them.

We welcome goalkeeper Shaun Rowley in to the squad for the first time following his loan move from Shrewsbury Town.

We will unfortunately be without Manny Williams tomorrow and it is highly unlikely he will return this season. He came off injured on Tuesday and following an X-ray yesterday we can confirm he has fractured his fifth metatarsal which is really disappointing as he had proved to be an excellent signing.

As announced this afternoon, we have moved quickly to sign striker Liam Enver-Marum and he comes straight in to the squad for this game.

Squad: Shaun Rowley, Sean Fraser, Paul Stonehouse, Guy Hollis, Mark Nisbet, Nathan Smart, Lee Togwell, Simon Dunn, Nathan Smart, Warren Harris, James Dobson, Lewis Putman, Chris Flood, Gavin James, Callum Bunting, Liam Enver-Marum.

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2 James Dobson 9
3 Manny Williams 5
4 Brad Wadkins 5
5 Warren Harris 4
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