A well taken goal from Anthony Malbon should have set us on our way but poor defending allowed the home side back into the game shortly after but a poor second half from us failed gain us all three points. Now we need to make sure of those points at Aggborough tomorrow evening.
We might be able to see the return of Kyle Storer for this game after he was given the all clear earlier today. Expect him to start from the bench and be weaned back slowly. Adam Watkins was taken from the Ebbsfleet game during the second half following a minor knock so he should be ok to start as should Nathan Blissett who's sore shoulder shouldn't stop him from playing.
As for Hyde then they're having the season that was expected of them. With just one win this season, an emphatic 5-2 home win against Hereford Utd, Hyde are a side already facing relegation barring a miracle. And with three of their four draws all coming at home they look to be a side that don't travel too well.
Squad wise they don't give much info out so this preview will be a bit short in that respect. They do have two useful strikers in Scott Spencer and Phil Jevons, a former target of Mark Yates, and their five goals apiece have given Hyde a glimmer of hope. We need to keep these two quiet and hopefully the points will be ours after we've given Hyde a good hiding.
Lewis, N Vaughan, L Vaughan, M Williams, Dunkley, Austin, Demetriou, Gowling, Shakes, Storer, Panther, Vincent, Briggs, Pilkington, Guinan, Johnson, Watkins, Malbon, Peniket, Gittings, Rowe, Blissett.
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Carnell, Frith, Brizell, Griffin, Pearson, Ashworth, Brown, Poole, C Byrne, Spencer, Jevons, Cox, Moses, Douglas-Pringle, R Williams, Lomax, Cassidy, McNiven, Blinkhorn, Tomsett, Crowther, Dennis.
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