ADAM Bygrave and Bradley Pritchard should both be fit for Hayes & Yeading's crucial relegation trip to Tamworth.
Centre-back Bygrave came off with a hamstring injury in the 1-1 draw at Rushden & Diamonds last Saturday and missed the midweek Middlesex Cup win over Bedfont Town.
But boss Garry Haylock expects to include him in his line-up, along with Pritchard, who will shrug off a knock to face his former club.
Haylock admits his squad is light on numbers due to the departure of Charlie Wassmer to Crawley Town and striker Jefferson Louis has also left Hayes & Yeading with the club announcing that he requested to leave.
However, Tom Cadmore will return after missing the last two league games through suspension and Haylock said: "It is not a bad replacement when you can bring back an England C international.
"If we go and play exactly the same shape and system, then Tom just comes back in. My concern is that we are a bit thin on the ground for numbers.
"At the moment I am doing what I did last year, which is trawling around the London clubs to see what players they are releasing. Sometimes you can pick up the odd one that way.
"I am going to struggle to get someone in who is better than what we have got right now in the first-team, but we need to bolster the squad."
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