Wimborne Town confident ahead of Cinderford Town challenge despite injury worries
WIMBORNE Town are aiming for three straight home league wins when the Magpies host Cinderford Town at Cuthbury.
Following Wimborne's 1-0 loss against Thatcham Town, Steve Cuss' side are looking to bounce back and remain confident ahead of the Calor Southern League South and West Division one clash.
"We have to be positive going into the game against Cinderford" explained Cuss.
"We've gained maximum points in our opening two league games at Cuthbury so far this season and we must try to continue the run."
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The Magpies have several injury worries ahead of Saturday's game, but new signing Patrick Wilson is expected to start at Cuthbury.
Goalkeeper Jason Harvell is unlikely to feature after suffering a groin strain at Thatcham - meaning Dan Ackerman could takes the gloves.
Jon Blake is also doubtful with a leg injury, while Daniel Burton-Hemmings could be called up from the reserve side.