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Invicta boss Neil Cugley has confirmed that he will be resting several key players for tonight’s Kent Reliance Cup quarter-final against National League Dover Athletic at Crabble.

Reflecting too on Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Wingate & Finchley, Cubs said: “Several of the lads had niggles last week, but with the momentum we got from the win over Enfield they all told me they were okay and wanted to play. Maybe I should have made more changes from the start.

“Wingate are very like Needham Market and Met Police who we’ve also lost to. If they get a grip on the game, especially if they get ahead of you, they can be very difficult to break down, though it’s something we’re working on.

“Wingate’s centre backs are both really strong and that early goal certainly didn’t help us. It was a long way offside, but what can you do about that? The linesman got it wrong, but he pulled them up later when he gave another decision later in the game against them and he was totally wrong that time too!

“We  had a good go at them in the second half and I thought we had the two best chances of the game with Ade (Yusuff) and Kieron (McCann).

“The lads were really down about that result afterwards but we’re not going to win every game. Even Billericay and Dulwich haven’t done that and we have nowhere near the resources they have.

“Callum (Davies) spoke well and said just that to them afterwards.”

All those on the bench on Saturday look likely to start with skipper Davies, midfielder Micheal Everitt, Sam Hasler and Ade Yusuff among those rested.

“Maidstone have given us clearance for Yohan Ter Horst to play and Finn (O’Mara) has already played for us in the competition while Ronnie Dolan and Joe Taylor did well in the second half on Saturday and need to get some more game time in.”

Dover came from 2-0 down to draw at Bromley at the weekend while Folkestone didn’t quite manage that sort of recovery on this occasion.

“They wanted this game played on a Monday to give them an extra day before their next game so I’m expecting them to be strong from the start and on the bench. They always want to beat Folkestone the same as we’d love to beat Dover.

“But our next five league games are going to be crucial. The players have been superb on that winning run that has lifted everyone’s spirits and got us all talking about making the play-offs.

“We’ve got to take points from these next five matches then we’ll see where we are going into the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

“Our fixtures are really tough in January and April so we need to be in a good position going into the new year to give us a chance of finishing in the top six.”

* Young striker Euan Sahadow scored within the first ifve minutes of the start in his debut for Deal Town, tucking away an early chance from a Dan Smith free-kick to put The Hoops ahead against very phyiscal Chislehurst outfit Glebe FC

Mid-table Deal won 4-1 with their dual registration signing showing up well in the hour or so that he was on the field.

"I'm told he did well, but he got knocked about it and missed the youth team game yesterday, so I don't think he'll be involved at Dover" said Neil Cugley.

Even without Sahadow, Folkestone romped to a 9-0 win over visitors Ramsgate to maintain their excellent start to the season.