Britton hopes to bring back crucial Bath City players
Bath City go into their clash against Dover at Mayday Trust Park looking to protect a 100 per cent home record – although they have not fared anywhere near as well on their travels.
Adie Britton’s side produced their poorest performance of the campaign in their 1-0 defeat at Bromley last week.
Britton was without five key members of his first-team squad at Hayes Lane, but could welcome Joe Burnell (dead leg), Aaron Brown (groin), Josh Low (hamstring) and Kerry Morgan (ankle) back into the fold for Dover’s visit this afternoon.
Full-back Sekani Simpson has damaged knee ligaments, however, and may be sidelined for a lengthy period.
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“Hopefully, at least two or three of the injured lads will reappear – those five are a big part of our side going forward and give us all of our width,” said Britton, who has ex-Bristol Rovers starlet Lamar Powell available after he signed a short-term deal.
“We had a lot of 18, 19 and 20 year-olds on the pitch at Bromley. You can get away with having one or two youngsters in there, but not half your side.
“Lamar has come in and has great ability, but hasn’t had a pre-season, so he isn’t fit yet.”