Tomorrow we travel to top of the table Dartford looking to put Tuesday night's performance behind us, writes Neil Baker.
Obviously this is the second time we have travelled there this season having secured an excellent victory in the FA Cup, however we are under no illusions as to how tough the game will be, in the same way it was a really tough fixture for our first game of the season.
It is obvious that we will be looking to try and turn round our recent results, albeit performances against Maidstone and Billericay were not too bad - however one thing we are well aware of is the need to tighten ourselves up and get back to where we were at the start of the season, when we came into the season with two clean sheets from our last two pre-season games, and then started with two clean sheets in our first competitive games.
This is something we usually pride ourselves on, so to have conceded some of the goals we have in recent weeks has been really disappointing - however the squad is well aware of this and will be working hard to remedy it.
In terms of injury news, Ben Harris, Ada Okorogheye and Jack McKnight remain on the sidelines, and we have to add Cam McGilp to this list. Max Worsfold also has a niggling ankle injury which caused him to come off on Tuesday, whilst Aaron Kuhl also had a slight concern with his knee - however we expect both of them to make the squad.
We will be able to welcome back Guy Hollis to the squad for the first time this season, whilst Ryan Bird will be suspended after his red card last weekend.
We will travel with the following 16-man squad: Jack Turner, Josh Jackman, Louis Lomas, Sean Fraser, Guy Hollis, Mark Nisbet, Sam Togwell, Lee Togwell, Max Worsfold, Warren Harris, Matthew Lench, Aaron Kuhl, Paul Hodges, Dan Roberts, Malachi Linton, Michael Edegbe.
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