After Saturday’s fantastic win, we get back on our travels to a semi full-time Dulwich Hamlet who have started the season in fantastic form, and currently sit in second place, writes Neil Baker.
In what will no doubt be a tough encounter in front of an excellent crowd, our task is made even tougher with the injuries sustained on Saturday, which will rule both Guy Hollis (knee) and Sean Fraser (groin) out of the game, this is on top of the suspended Francis Amartey.
Ryan Bird is also unlikely to be fit after tweaking his hamstring last Tuesday in training, however we hope Ben Harris will have recovered sufficiently from his knee injury.
We welcome Scott Davies back after missing the game due to being an usher at his friend's wedding, and there is a good chance that Simon Dunn will pass a fitness test and become an option.
Mark Nisbet will also be part of the squad, but throwing him straight in may be too soon following his heart complaint.
Nojus Trinovas is unavailable, so we will have Julian Schwarzer in the squad who has trained with us over the last couple of weeks.
Squad from: Jack Turner, Julian Schwarzer, Josh Jackman, George Wells, Sam Togwell, Mark Nisbet, Warren Harris, Joe Grant, Max Worsfold, Lee Togwell, Simon Dunn, Matthew Lench, Scott Davies, Dan Roberts, Ben Harris and Manny Williams.
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