Published: Monday, September 12th 2016
Looking Ahead: Weymouth
Written by Jon Underwood
Nathan Webb comes back into contention with a number of players still likely to be missing.
The squad are understandably in great spirits after Saturday's win and performance at Redditch and we look forward to what is always a really tough test at Weymouth.
Despite having a large squad at our disposal we are severely tested again as we were on Saturday and will need to shuffle our pack once more and hope that we can find the winning formula.
From Saturday we lose Dan Hicks who is suspended following a sending off while playing for Flackwell Heath and also Charlie Moone who injured his groin in the warm-up and is likely to be out for up to 10 days.
Guy Hollis remains unavailable to us at the moment as sadly his mum is seriously ill in hospital.
Mark Nisbet will face a late fitness test on a tight hamstring that he struggled with in the 2nd half on Saturday.
On the positive side we welcome back Nathan Webb who was away at the weekend and Gurkan Gokmen who missed the game through illness. We can also call on the services of Charlie Mpi who is back from Dubai for a week and has signed Southern League forms.
Simon Dunn passed a fitness test on Saturday but we chose not to risk him and he now comes back in to the reckoning.
Squad: Mark Scott, Sean Fraser, Paul Stonehouse, Brad Hewitt, Mark Nisbet, Lee Togwell, Simon Dunn, Nathan Webb, Adrian Sear, Warren Harris, James Dobson, Lewis Putman, Gurkan Gokmen, Lee Barney, Gavin James, Charlie Mpi.