Tomorrow (Saturday) we make the short trip down the M4 to take on Hungerford as we look to extend a 5 match unbeaten run, which is our longest this season.
Our opponents are also in very good form with an identical record to ours in March, three wins and two draws, which have seen them move out of the relegation zone. They have only conceded once in their last four games, a penalty at Billericay, and manager Ian Herring deserves huge credit for this run which has been achieved with a young side who we know work incredibly hard for each other and have no shortage of quality.
We are in a good place too currently and go in to the game in decent form and in high spirits, in the knowledge that once again we will be backed by an excellent Rebels away following, and it's another game we will look forward to.
Manny Williams limped off with a groin injury last weekend but was able to take part in training last night and we'll assess him before the game. Added to the 16-man squad is Dan Roberts who has just played two games for Windsor in the past week, scoring two more goals in the process, and he gives us another attacking option.
Squad: Jack Turner, Josh Jackman, Sean Fraser, George Wells, Mark Nisbet, Guy Hollis, Sam Togwell, Lee Togwell, Simon Dunn, Billy Clifford, Matt Lench, Warren Harris, Louie Soares, Manny Williams, Francis Amartey, Dan Roberts.
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