Both teams have had a good start to the season with us beating Hayes & Yeading 1-0 and Salisbury doing even better with a cracking away win at Rushden. For that win alone City will be feeling that they can get a positive result against us but it rarely pans out that way.
We should be at full strength for the game with Aaron Farrell available following a minor injury picked up a few weeks ago and Dean Bennett should have got over the knock he picked up on Saturday.
Salisbury could also be at full strength and the only doubt is Luke Ruddick who broke his nose in training on Friday.
Like us, Salisbury have been feeling the pinch financially but their's was down to over spending the shortfall of money coming into the club. They also had to cut the playing staff at the end of last season but have still kept the nucleus of a decent side. That was proved by the win on Saturday.
Behind the scenes the manager from previous seasons, Nick Holmes, has moved upstairs to become Director of Football and his assistant Tommy Widdrington has taken over at the sharp end.
This is going to be a tough game and it could go either way so I'm going to go for a share of the points. With our lack of firepower it's going to be a low scoring draw too.
Coleman, Singh, Baker, Riley, Courtney, Sharp, Farrell, Finnigan, Knights, Hadley, McDermott, McPhee, Bennett, Hayward, Caines, Costello, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Dolman, Moore.
Bittner, Porter, B Osman, Gray, Flood, Webb, Spence, Clarke, Turley, Davies, Ruddick, Tubbs, Harris, Cox, Sinclair, Matthews, O'Hara, Clohessy, Anderson, T Osman, Widdrington.
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