This will no doubt mean that when we play Accrington in a weeks time that Burge will get a yellow and then have to miss the FA Trophy game against Scarborough as well.
To counter the problem of a defence missing it's backbone the Harriers manager, Stuart Watkiss, will have the choice of either Wayne Hatswell or Johnnie Mullins at centre half and either play Wayne Graves at full back or give a debut to Patrick Flynn. Obvious to me to go with the Graves option because no one's ever seen this Flynn play and he can't even get onto the bench.
Simon Russell and Martin O'Connor are still out injured but Gareth Sheldon is on his way back from a hamstring injury so might be on the bench.
Following that ignominious defeat at Burton Mr Watkiss refused to speak to the press following the game and one can only surmise that some serious grief was dished out. Who the recipients were we may never know but it probably went in one ear, did a U turn and then came back out again. Don't expect any improvement against Dagenham then.
In the land of white stilettos and Blue Oval rustbags things are equally as bad as our good selves. Like us they haven't won a league game since October 8th/9th but they do sit two places above us in the current form table at 19th place. Work it out, it's easy enough to see where we are.
I don't know about any injuries etc for Dagenham because their websites look good but don't have much substance.
So is this going to be our first League win in ages? Could well be after the rollicking they may have received. I'm going for all three points and that's the kiss of death.
Danby, Lewis, Hatswell, Flynn, Mullins, Ludlow, Fleming, Graves, Heslop, Hurren, Penn, Christie, Atieno, Sheldon, Wilson, Butler, Blackwood, Pugh, Thompson.
Overland, Roberts, Blackett, Goodwin, Bruce, Vickers, Cole, Foster, Griffiths, Uddin, Akurang, Benson, Judge, Moore, Lettejallow, Francis, Saunders, Southam, Leberl, Frota, Mackail-Smith, Marwa.