Speaking ahead of the fixture, the Trinity boss, Curtis Woodhouse, said: "It will be a tough test for us again tomorrow. After going out of the FA Cup so early I’m hoping we can get a bit of a run together in the FA Trophy." Trinity will be buoyed by the return of Declan Bacon who returns from his loan spell with Mickleover FC in which he has scored five goals for Sports. The boss said: "I’m really happy to get Dec Bacon back in with us. He’s done really well out at Mickleover and with us letting a few go in the last couple of weeks it has enabled us to make some finances available to get Declan back in our squad which is great."
Curtis Woodhouse has also bolstered his squad with the signing of central defender Matt Baker from local rivals Grantham Town. Both of this week’s arrivals will be a part of the squad that travels to face the Turbines tomorrow afternoon.
Tomorrow’s hosts play at the equivalent level of the Holy Blues in the Southern League Premier Central Division and have had a mixed start to their campaign as they currently sit 12th. The Turbines will enter the fixture, however, off the back of a strong 4-1 victory against Leiston FC last time out.
Tickets for tomorrow’s match are unavailable for pre-purchase online and can only be bought with cash at the turnstiles from 1:30pm.
For fans who are unable to or will not be travelling for the fixture tomorrow afternoon, Rob Hughes will be commentating live on Mixlr from 2.55pm, the link for which can be found here. Alternatively, there will also be live tweets from kick off on our commentary page.