Johnny Mullins and Michael Blackwood will both sit out the game as they serve the second of their two match bans for the sendings off against York City last week. Daryl Burgess returns to the side after completing his.
On the injury side we will probably be without Wayne Graves and Paul Smith again but we have never been with them in the first place anyway.
No other injuries were reported following the Canvey game except for the disappearance of Simon Russell from the squad. No reason was given for his absence and it'll be interesting to see if he's picked tomorrow.
Two young lads from the Youth team played on Friday and one of them, Tom Byrne, acquitted himself well so could make the bench again tomorrow although it's thought unlikely that Ash Walker will now that Burgess is back.
Cambridge had a good win at home to York City on Friday evening and will be hoping to carry on their good form of recent weeks against us. They have yet to lose a game in April with a draw against Morecambe and wins against Exeter City, Aldershot and York taking them from below us in the table up to the heady heights, for them, of ninth place.
They'll be without Adam Davies with a head injury, Dan Gleeson (knee), Max Porter (hip) and Andy Duncan (heel) but Darren Quinton should be back after an ankle problem. Apart from they will probably go with the team that started against York.
Personally I think Utd will carry on with their recent good form and will get at least a point from us. Our form, and consistency, all season has been dire and I just don't think we're good enough anymore. Max Porter is expected to miss out with a hip injury
Danby, Lewis, Harkness, Rea, Haworth, Burgess, Walker, McGrath, Smith, Sedgemore, Fleming, Graves, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Reynolds, Sheldon, Byrne, Newby, Thompson.
Cambridge Utd from:
Duffy, Howie, Peters, Bridges, Onibuje, Guy, Brady, Quinton, Smith, Jaszczun, Morrison, Robertson, Wolleaston, Bunce, Waite, Hanlon, Pitt, Westcarr, Heeroo, Izod, Mann.