Injury headaches go on at Bognor

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Bognor will hold another casualty roll call before they name their team to face Enfield in the Ryman premier at Nyewood Lane tomorrow.

Midfielder Kane Wills starts a three-match ban for a silly red card picked up at home to Wealdstone a fortnight ago.

Meanwhile, skipper Ben Andrews and utility man Dan Kempson are the latest arrivals to the treatment room.

Andrews is awaiting a scan on a knee injury sustained in the draw at Canvey last week, with the Rocks hoping it is not as bad as the cruciate ligament damage that has ruled out winger Ben Johnson for the season.

Kempson is out for up to three weeks with a knee ligament strain.

James Crane came off in Tuesday’s League Cup win at Burgess Hill with a migraine but should be okay for the home clash with Enfield.

Jon Marzetti has a slight hamstring strain but groin-injury victim Daryl Wollers is training again.

Forwards Ashley Robinson and Steve Harper could both be available, though.

Coach Darin Killpartrick said: ‘We’ve not been at our best at home so far this season – we need to put on a performance for our loyal home fans.’