At the third time of asking, following two postponements due to Covid events, we look forward to finally making the trip to Chippenham tomorrow after a two week break in fixtures, writes Jon Underwood.
We have worked hard during this break and are determined to put some wins on the board. It's a tough week coming up with trips to Chippenham, Havant and Hampton but it's a challenge we look forward to and the management and players have full belief that we can turn around our fortunes.
We are really pleased to welcome back Ben Harris to the squad following a hamstring injury that he picked up in our first league game of the season. He has trained twice this week, as has Jack McKnight who also returns to the squad tomorrow, but we will continue to be careful with him due to his sciatica problem.
We will be without Mark Nisbet, who frustratingly strained his hamstring in a training match on Tuesday night and is likely to be out now for 2-3 weeks. Cam McGilp is making progress from his ankle injury and we expect him to return in a similar timeframe.
Malachi Linton returned to Wycombe at the beginning of the week and was named on the bench for them on Tuesday night.
Squad: Jack Turner, Josh Jackman, Louis Lomas, Sam Togwell, Ryan Bird, Guy Hollis, Lee Togwell, Sean Fraser, Aaron Kuhl, Matthew Lench, Jack McKnight, Warren Harris, Max Worsfold, Paul Hodges, Dan Roberts, Ben Harris.
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 Chippenham Town will be providing a FREE live stream.
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