Tomorrow we make the short trip to one of the pre-season favourites, Dorking Wanderers in the hope that we can pull of a similar result to last season, writes Neil Baker.
With a 24-man squad to call upon, Marc White will certainly be in better shape coming into the game than ourselves, and with the likes of Rutherford, Fogden, Fuller and Wills added to an already impressive squad you can understand why they start alongside Dartford and Havant & Waterlooville as pre-season favourites.
Unfortunately we are still in the same position whereby there will be no fans at the game, which is a real shame after the atmosphere created last season.
After two great wins we travel with a depleted squad. Unfortunately Ben Harris has a tear in his hamstring and could be out for 6-8 weeks, and we are also awaiting news on Ada Okorogheye's knee injury sustained at Dartford.
Guy Hollis is still missing with a knee injury, and Dan Roberts will have a fitness test to see if he can take a place on the bench.
We have added young keeper Felix Davies from the U23 squad to help boost the numbers, however with an U23 game on Saturday we will only travel with the following 15-man squad.
Jack Turner, Felix Davies, Josh Jackman, Sean Fraser, Louis Lomas, Sam Togwell, Lee Togwell, Warren Harris, Max Worsfold, Aaron Kuhl, Jack McKnight, Matthew Lench, Paul Hodges, Ryan Bird and Dan Roberts.
Due to the current guidelines, tomorrow's match will be played behind closed doors. We know it won't be the same without our loyal supporters there cheering the team on, but our opponents Dorking Wanderers will be providing a live stream for a fee of £5.
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