BEN Wright will be aiming to shrug off an ankle injury in time to prove a point against Crawley Town tomorrow night.
The striker, who is on loan at Hayes & Yeading from Crawley, hobbled off in the 19th minute of his side's 3-2 win at Tamworth on Saturday.
But boss Garry Haylock will give Wright (pictured) every chance of lining up against the club who bought him from Peterborough United last August when he was in his first loan spell at Hayes & Yeading.
Wright was barely given a chance by Crawley Town boss Steve Evans and was subsequently loaned out to Newport County, before re-joining Hayes & Yeading, where he has yet to score during his second spell.
The match could have added spice as 19-year-old Charlie Wassmer could face his former club Hayes & Yeading just eight days after signing for Steve Evans' men.
Haylock is under no illusions about the size of the task Hayes & Yeading face at Champions-elect Crawley.
"They've got some fabulous players, they're a very good side and we can only go and do our best," he said. "I think at home Crawley are going to have more problems because teams will come and just sit in against them.
"We're not going to go there and go all-out attack, that's for sure. But we'll go and we'll set up properly and hopefully we can get in the right areas. I think we've got some players who can produce so who knows?"
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