STALYBRIDGE Celtic will be without the suspended Matty Hughes when they travel to in-form Tamworth tomorrow (Saturday).
Kelvin Bleau faces a late fitness test after being felled by a stray elbow in the 2-2 draw with North Ferriby.
Celtic are looking to extend a five-match unbeaten run but Tamworth have won 11 games in a row and will present a formidable test for Keith Briggs’s men as the Bridge look to climb clear of the Vanarama North drop zone.
Liam Dickinson is expected to continue in defence after a man of the match performance last week.
The mass clear-out continues at Ewen Fields where Hyde face fellow strugglers Gloucester tomorrow seeking their first win since Gary Lowe’s return as manager at the start of the month.
Adam Blakeman has joined Scottish League One side Ayr United and Matt Flynn has moved to Chorley. Adam Blakeman is a doubt with his ongoing back injury. Reserve keeper Josh Broadbent has been brought into the first-team squad as cover.
In the Evo-stik BPL premier division, Curzon Ashton are away to FA Cup stars Blyth Spartans.
Alex Brown and Joe Guest remain suspended and Simon Lakeland (thigh) and Simon Woodford (hamstring) are both injured.
Neighbours Ashton United take on Workington at Hurst Cross with a fully fit squad.
Droylsden will be out to end their recent slump when they travel to Cumbria to play Kendal Town. On-loan midfielder Jake Hibbs is injured, while counterpart Shaun Myler faces a late fitness test.
Tonsillitis has ruled Dougie Carroll out of the Mossley squad for tomorrow’s home clash with Ossett Town. Matty Purcell is unavailable because of work commitments.
Tom Dean and Brian Matthews are both close to a comeback having trained this week.
Glossop North End’s are hoping it’s third time lucky in terms of their FA Vase fourth round tie at Worksop which was called off last Saturday and again in midweek.
Manager Chris Willcock said: “The players are all available and ready to go. It would just be nice to be able to play a game.”