Welling United get straight back to action on Tuesday evening when they head to Crabble Stadium to take on Dover Athletic (7.45pm).
The Wings will be looking to turn their recent run of draws into all three points having shared the spoils over their last three outings. Indeed, Danny Bloor’s men have tasted defeat just once in their last six league fixtures, but three points have evaded them since the away victory at Tonbridge Angels at the end of August.
Mitchell Dickenson will continue to be unavailable through injury, while Bloor will have to check on the fitness of Jack Burchell after he was forced off in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Weymouth.
Having scraped their way to survival last season, Dover once again find themselves battling at the wrong end of the table this term.
They currently sit in 23rd position in the Vanarama National League South table, with one win, seven draws and seven defeats from their 15 games, so far.
Dover come into the game off the back of back-to-back defeats and without a win in 13 league outings.
Danny Bloor: “It’s a game we want to win, but there are a lot of points still to be played for. We’re building blocks throughout the whole club.
“It’s a project and there are some good signs, but there are things we need to work and improve on.”
Dover boss Mitch Brundell: “There is a lot of positivity in terms of what we’re doing. We’re not playing badly. It’s tough to take – the league table doesn’t lie, but we know what players we need to add and we’re just trying to find the right ones.”
Tickets for the clash with Dover will be available from the turnstiles on the evening of the game at the following prices:
Wings fans not making the journey on Tuesday can follow all the action with live commentary thanks to Radio Wings.
You can join Nigel Jones in the commentary box at Crabble 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 Dover, which costs £9.50 for a one-off pass, can be found by clicking here.