Welling United return to action swiftly when they head to Tonbridge Angels on bank holiday Monday (3pm).
The Wings earned their long-awaited first win of the season on Saturday by seeing off Havant & Waterlooville 3-2 at the J Hearnden Skip Hire Community Stadium and boss Danny Bloor will be looking for his side to produce more of the same as they make the short trip into Kent.
With Alex MacAllister bagging his first goal for the club and academy graduate David Kamara coming off the bench to net his first senior goal, Welling’s forwards have given Bloor plenty of food for thought as he thinks about his team selection.
Amadou Kassarate will be available having served his suspension, although TJ Bramble will sit out the last game of his three-match ban.
Mitchell Dickenson and Enoch Muwonge will remain siidelined through injury, while Lewis White will be assessed after leaving the field with a shoulder complaint on Saturday.
The Angels come into the game off the back of a 2-0 defeat at Yeovil Town.
Jay Saunders’ men had previously picked up back-to-back victories over Dover Athletic and Chippenham Town and they currently occupy 17th place in Vanarama National League South with two wins and three defeats from their five games, so far.
Welling could come up against a pair of familiar faces with ex-Wings Kodi Lyons-Foster and Stefan Payne now representing the Angels.
Danny Bloor: “We enjoyed Saturday, but it’s only three points and we need to prepare for a quick turnaround and a tough game against Jay Saunders’ Tonbridge Angels on Monday.”
Tickets for the clash against Tonbridge Angels at the Halcyon Wealth Longmead Stadium are available to purchase online as well as from the ground on the day priced:
Wings fans not making the journey on Saturday can follow all the action with live commentary thanks to Radio Wings.
You can join Nigel Jones in the commentary box at Longmead Stadium by clicking here come kick off.
Supporters can also watch the game via a live stream live on National League TV.
This season, for the first time, all National League South games not subject to UEFA Article 48 regulation will be streamed exclusively live on National League TV – this means all midweek and any other non-Saturday 3pm games will be permitted on the platform.
Instructions for how to sign up and purchase a pass for the game against the Clarets, which costs £9.50 for a one-off pass, can be found by clicking here.