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Neil Cugley is expected to rest several of the key men who have taken Invicta into the top six of the table for Monday’s Kent Reliance Senior Cup Quarter Final against holders Dover Athletic at Crabble, which kicks off at 7.45pm.

After watching his side’s eight game winning run come to an end at Wingate & Finchley on Saturday, Cugs told equally disappointed supporters that he believes Folkestone need just one or two more wins to be virtually safe in the Bostik Premier Division – something they weren’t sure of till the final day of last season.

They currently sit fourth in the table with 38 points – a figure they didn’t reach until February in the 2016/17 campaign.

The manager had a strong 16-man squad at Finchley on Saturday plus youngster Ethan Madden, with even long Phil Starkey, who is now back in training turning up to watch following a long spell out with injury.

Ronnie Dolan, Finn O’Mara and Joe Taylor also did comparatively well after coming on off the bench on Saturday, and, along with Jordan Wright and standby keeper Nick Shaw are expected to get a game at Dover.

Folkestone’s priority this season has always been a top half of the table finish, but their recent form has led to a far greater optimism around the club.

Cugley has frequently stressed how important the next two months are believes that if they stay anywhere close ton their recent good form they can start aiming realistically for a place in the end of season play-offs in the new year - view shared by chairman Paul Morgan in an excellent article in one local newspaper last week.

We hope to bring you an update early tomorrow on the team likely to play in the county cup tie.

Folkestone got through both the first two rounds – against Hythe Town and Greenwich Borough – on penalty shoot-outs.

Other Kent Senior Cup tie dates are –

Tuesday, December 5: Bromley v Margate

Wednesday, December 6: Cray Wanderers v Charlton Athletic

Tuesday, December 12: Maidstone United v Gillingham