Welling United return to action when they host Bath City at the J Hearnden Skip Hire Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon (3pm).
The Wings will be looking to bounce back following a first defeat in four at Worthing on Tuesday evening against the side who currently occupy third in the Vanarama National League South table.
Danny Bloor will continue to be without his captain Mitchell Dickenson and young midfielder Enoch Muwonge, who are both set to get their first minutes back for the U23s on Saturday.
Meanwhile, loanee Adam Roscrow will continue to be sidelined with an ankle injury suffered on his debut last weekend, while TJ Bramble is away on international duty with Antigua and Barbuda.
The Romans have enjoyed a strong start to their season with five wins, two draws and just one defeat from their eight games, so far, leaving them in third place on 17 points.
Bath come into the game off the back of a five-game unbeaten run, although a run of four consecutive victories was halted by a 1-1 draw at Truro City in midweek.
Danny Bloor: “Bath are a very strong side. Jerry Gill’s sides are always very well organised and very strong, so it will be a tough test, but we’re really looking forward to it.
“There was a lot of heart to take from Tuesday night. We have to be ready and stand up to the challenge.”
Bath City boss Jerry Gill: “I’ve got a lot of respect for Danny and his staff. It’s a transition period for Welling and he’s doing a great job there, so we know it’s a really tough game up there on Saturday.
“We’ll look forward to it because we’re in really confident mood.”
The Wings claimed victory in the last meeting between the sides in DA16 back in March, with Kodi Lyons-Foster grabbing the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win.
Robert Ablitt will be the man in the middle on Saturday afternoon.
He last took charge of the Wings for the goalless draw at Hungerford Town back in March.
Ablitt will be assisted by Nathan Briggs and Simon Parberry.
Tickets for the clash against Bath City are available to purchase online in advance and will also be available for cash and card at the turnstiles on the day of the match priced £15 adults, £10 concessions and students and £5 U16s, while U11s go free with an accompanying adult.
The club are also offering a four for £20 special family ticket discount for the game with two adults and two children able to gain entry to the game for just £20, making a potential saving of up to £26.
Meanwhile, the club are offering fans of Premier League and EFL clubs reduced entry.
Season-ticket holders and members of any Premier League or EFL club, including neighbours Charlton Athletic, Millwall and Crystal Palace, can gain discounted entry for just £10 adults, £7 concessions and students and £5 U16s, while U11s continue to go free with an accompanying adult.
Those wishing to take advantage of the offer must produce either their season-ticket or membership card for their Premier League or EFL club at the turnstiles to receive the discounted ticket price.
Turnstiles will open at 1.30pm with the Wings Bar and upstairs bar open for all supporters, as well as the marquee bar which will be serving Madri for card sales only.
Hot food will be available from the burger outlet on the right-hand side as you enter the ground, Meanwhile, the Travis Perkins bar will be open for teas, coffees, cold drinks, snacks and pies.
Following the game, supporters will be able to stick around to watch some international football with the England v Ukraine game being shown on the screens throughout the bars at the stadium.
The official matchday programme for the clash against Bath City will be available from the programme hut as you enter the ground, as well as from the turnstiles.
The Wings magazine features all the latest news and views from around DA16, including the usual columns from pressbox stalwart Mark Doig and Radio Wings commentator Nigel Jones.
We get to know cover star Crossley Lema a little bit better with his Q&A profile, while boss Danny Bloor pens his latest programme notes and you can read up on everything you need to know about the opposition.
All that and more can be found in The Wings, available for £3.
Supporters unable to get to the J Hearnden Skip Hire Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon for the Wings’ clash with Bath City will be able watch all the action 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. Due to the international break, this weekend’s fixtures are able to be broadcast.
Instructions for how to sign up and purchase a pass for the game against the Romans, which costs £9.50 for a one-off pass, can be found by clicking here.