Welling United return home to DA16 on Saturday when they host Slough Town at the J Hearnden Skip Hire Community Stadium.
Unbeaten in four league games, the Wings have drawn four games on the trot, but boss Danny Bloor will be keen for his side to start turning those draws into wins, particularly after the disappointment of conceding deep into injury time to throw away a two-goal lead at Dover Athletic on Tuesday.
Welling currently sit in 22nd position in Vanarama National League South with 13 points, three points behind Saturday’s opponents in 19th.
Mitchell Dickenson continues to be sidelined with injury, while Bloor will have to check on the fitness of Jack Burchell who was forced off with a sternum injury at Weymouth last weekend.
Slough occupy 19th position in the league table with four wins, four draws and seven defeats from their 15 games, so far.
They have picked up just one win in their last six league outings, coming in the form of an impressive 4-0 victory at home to Truro City in midweek.
The Rebels have enjoyed a good run in the FA Cup and will have one eye on Tuesday’s first-round replay at Grimsby Town after they held the League Two side to a 1-1 draw last Saturday.
Danny Bloor: “We’re getting points on the board and two points over the last week has been better than nothing, but we really need and want a valuable three points and a victory.
“Jack Burchell has had this problem with his sternum after getting a kick last Saturday, but we’ll pretty much be going with the squad that went to Dover in midweek.”
Slough boss, Scott Davies: “I’ll sit down and have a look at Welling. Danny Bloor is a really good friend, I speak to him two or three times a week, so it will be great to go up against him.
“I’m looking forward to pitting my wits against someone who has been there and done it. I know he has a good side and have had some good results as well as some indifferent ones, but I know they’ve played well, so it will be tough – going to Welling is never ever easy.”
Tickets for the clash against Slough Town are available to purchase online in advance and will also be available for cash and card at the turnstiles on the evening of the match priced £15 adults, £10 concessions and students and £5 U16s, while U11s go free with an accompanying adult.
Turnstiles will open at 1.30pm with the Wings Bar and upstairs bar open for all supporters.
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.
Post-match, a Man of the Match presentation and interview will be take place in the marquee at approximately 5.45pm.