I can't see there being any change up front and we'll probably continue with Matt Barnes-Homer and Iyseden Christie in their fruitful partnership with Darryl Knights prompting from slightly deeper.
Ebbsfleet are still in the running for the play-offs and they'll be fancying their chances against us, especially after the high scoring 5-4 win for them at home to us back in August. They've won their last two games, including against Cambridge Utd the week before we beat them, and they will now be looking for their third win in a row.
On Saturday while we were winning at Cambridge they were doing the same at York but by a smaller margin and it's there where they fall down. They're not the most free scoring team in a land.
They have very few injury problems with just Paul McCarthy (foot) and Chukki Eribenne (ankle) sidelined. Defender James Smith is coming back from a hamstring strain and John Akinde should also be fit after missing the York game with a minor injury. Sacha Opinel is out suspended.
This is going to be another tough game but we're on a roll and long may it continue.
D Coleman, Harkness, Kenna, Moult, Jeannin, Wylde, Bignot, Creighton, Knights, Bennett, McGrath, Ferrell, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Christie.
Ebbsfleet Utd from:
Cronin, French, Mott, Hawkins, MacDonald, Smith, Slatter, Long, Nade, Hearn, McPhee, Barrett, Ricketts, L Coleman, Purcell, Moore, Akinde, Stubbs, Starkey, Maskell, Charles, Bostwick, Bull.
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