Cambridge v Shots
The build up and the preview of tonight's game at Cambridge. Follow Aldershot Town Mad tomorrow evening for the round up.
Cambridge United, next up for the Shots, a trip to the R Costings Abbey Stadium tonight.
Debutants, Jonothan Henly from Reading and Dan Butler from Portsmouth, were on show during the 1-1 display, two weeks back with Butler teeing up Jaydon Gibbs to equalise, leaving it late for Andy Scott's Aldershot.
Young Adam Mekki returned to first team action during the draw at Shortwood after being sidelined with a fractured collarbone with Adam Webster having missing the FA Cup ties against Shortwood.
Joe Oastler (ankle) and usual first choice goalkeeper Glenn Morris (thigh) will be considered as doubts for Saturday's fixture in Cambridgeshire.
Meanwhile, Mark Molesley is on the treatment table for another couple of weeks and will be missed after making a good impression so far this campaign, scoring a scorcher during the 1-0 home victory to Macclesfield Town, being ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Another injury headache would be former Oxford United man Anthony Tonkin after suffering an injury to his calf during the concluding pre-season friendly at Sutton back in August.
THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE
The referee officiating tonight's game at the R Costings Abbey Stadium will be Merseyside based Peter Banks, in his third season in the Conference, officiating eight games of the season so far, brandishing fourty eight yellow cards and showing just one red card.
Tune into BBC Radio Surrey tonight, via the BBC Surrey website, follow online with legend Mark Butler alongside the usual BBC Surrey's Gavin Denison for full match coverage.
Source: Aldershot Town Mad
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