This game against strugglers Halifax Town is going to be a tough one for us because I think that their position just below mid table is a false one and they should really be alongside us going for promotion of some kind.
They played and beat Weymouth in mid week with two goals from defender Gus Uhlenbeek and one apiece from, on loan from Forest, Felix Bastians and Neal Trotman. Bastians will be returning back to Forest after the game tomorrow.
They'll be without Adam Quinn (knee injury) for the game and both Shane Smeltz and former Harrier Daryn Stamp are doubtful.
There is still an outside chance of Iyseden Christie coming back for us after he failed to make the Dagenham game. He's back in full training now so he could make the bench.
Scott Bevan twisted his knee in the Exeter game last Saturday but, with treatment, he still played on Tuesday evening. He didn't look too sure at times and his kicking was still wayward but hasn't that always been the case.
No other injuries of note, yet, so it should be an almost full squad to choose from. Now if we could get James Constable scoring again?
Bevan, S Taylor, Harkness, Kenna, Haworth, Creighton, Whitehead, McGrath, Sedgemore, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Reynolds, Blackwood, McGhee, Smikle, Christie, Constable, White, Hay, Eaton.
Mawson, Butler, Parke, Haslam, Doughty, Young, Kearney, Forrest, Smeltz, Killeen, Billy, Toulson, Bastians, Wright, Cresswell, Jacobs, Trotman, Torpey, Campbell, Uhlenbeek, Gray, Stamp.