Published: Friday, February 9th 2018

Looking Ahead: Banbury United

Written by Jon Underwood

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Mark Nisbet will miss Saturday's match after injuring his hamstring on Tuesday.

We welcome Banbury United to Arbour Park tomorrow which will no doubt be a closely fought game as it always is against them.

Our performance on Tuesday night was extremely encouraging and we were certainly back to the levels we showed earlier in the season. However this is just one game and the key now is to find some real consistency as we reach the business end of the season.

On Tuesday we lost two players due to hamstring injuries. We knew Ben Harris was the worst of the two and we can expect him to be out for up to 4 weeks, while Mark Nisbet's substitution was a little more precautionary. He will not be fit for tomorrow but we hope he can return to action at some point next week.

We are actively working on some additions to the squad but nothing will happen before the weekend and with Dunny and Floody also out injured we will choose from the following 15 man squad:

Jack Turner, Josh Jackman, George Wells, Nathan Smart, Alan Inns, Guy Hollis, Sean Fraser, Lee Togwell, Nathan Webb, Matt Lench, Warren Harris, James Dobson, Harrison Gilkes, Manny Williams, Gavin James.

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