Grays will not be such an easy push over and will be coming here to gain all three points. Grays didn't play on Tuesday but last Saturday the beat promotion hopefuls Torquay Utd 2-0 in a lunchtime kick off so they must be pretty good then.
They should be at full strength for the game having Andy Sambrook and Jamie Day back in the side following a one game suspension. Danny Kedwell scored a hat trick against us in the 5-1 defeat at their place back at the start of the season and he too should be available after a bout of 24hr flu during the week.
We will be without Gavin Hurren missing with a hip injury and also Andy Ferrell after he missed the Stafford game with a knock to his ankle. As of the time of writing we should have everyone else available.
Although I said at the start of this piece that we should not be expecting another six goal haul I would still expect us to play to the best of our ability and on Tuesday we showed how able we can be when we put our mind to it.
Mark Yates will be expecting the same kind of commitment too and I think he'll get it.
MacKenzie, Coleman, Jones, Harkness, Kenna, Jeannin, Bignot, Creighton, Knights, Bennett, McGrath, Ferrell, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Christie.
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Gibbons, Eyre, Flitney, J Taylor, Sambrook, Gross, Stuart, Downer, Gaia, Selley, O'Connor, Kedwell, Ashton, Day, Patterson, Watson, Obersteller, Mawer, Cooksey, Woodward, Standing, Barnes, Baigent, Nelson, McCafferty, S Taylor.