Aylesbury United’s top scorer Stacey Field returns to the fold after suspension for his side’s trip to Egham today (Saturday).
The Ducks go into the game off the back of a superb 1-0 Berks and Bucks Senior Cup quarter-final win over Burnham on Wednesday night.
Prior to that game, Tony Joyce’s side had lost both of their league games in November, scoring just one goal.
The usually goal-happy side will hope to put an end to something of a barren scoring spell when they travel to 16th placed Egham for a 3pm kick-off.
Joyce said: “I am hopeful we can end our little blip in the league against Egham.
“We are playing away from home, and we have a better record on the road than we do at Bell Close.
“It also marks the end of Stacey Field’s suspension and we have missed him in the last few games, there are no doubts about that, so it will be good to have him back in the fold.”
In other Ducks news, the club’s Calor League match away at St Ives Town, originally scheduled for Tuesday November 26, has been postponed as the side from Cambridgeshire have a cup match to play on that date.