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Tomorrow’s trip to West Sussex to take on old rivals Worthing gives Folkestone a chance to build on their two cup tie wins and kickstart their recently disappointing run of league results.

Adam Hinshelwood’s talented young side are currently just outside the play-off places, but they have played only 10 league games after success in several cup competitions – on Tuesday having overcome county rivals Burgess Hill Town 2-1 in an FA Trophy replay on the colourful Woodside Road all-weather surface.

Folkestone’s only injury absentee looks likely to be defender Matt Newman who has bruised ribs while striker Johan Ter Horst, who pulled out of Tuesday’s league cup win over Sittingbourne after jarring his knee expected to start as long as he has no after-effects from training last night (Thursday).

Manager Neil Cugley is expected to keep a virtually unchanged side with both Kane Rowland and Alfie Paxman keeping their places in the starting eleven.

Cugs has been delighted with the way that those two youngsters are beginning to establish themselves in the side after making the step up from Division One football in the summer.

Special praise went to striker Paxman who has looked increasingly comfortable filling in at left-back during a recent mini-injury crisis.

“Obviously we signed him to play further forward and that’s what he prefers, of course, but he’s done well when we’ve needed him back there and now with the likes JV (Josh Vincent) and Blanksy (Nat Blanks) fit again we’ve got option in that department.

Worthing are currently sixth, as stated, and have won their last two league games, beating Kingstonian 3-1 at home and Lewes 4-3 in an eventful of seemingly apparently competitive West Sussex Derby despite ending that game with 10 men after the dismissal of Danny Barker.

They apparently now prefer to be called The Mackerel Men rather than The Rebels, which nickname they used for many years and under which they often caused Folkestone problems during now Burgess Hill hardman Gary Elphick’s rein at the Woodside.

Supporters booked on the team and fans’ coach are reminded that it leaves Bar Invicta at 10am.