Pair return to squad as Scarborough Athletic travel to FC United of Manchester
Scarborough Athletic will be looking for an immediate response to their below-par showing as they crashed out of the FA Cup at home to Ashton United on Tuesday night when they travel to FC United of Manchester tomorrow.
On loan goalkeeper Ryan Whitley and midfielder James Cadman return to the squad for the tough test on the road.
Midfielder Kieran Glynn's suspension following his red card in Tuesday's FA Cup clash won't kick in until after tomorrow's clash.
Skipper Michael Coulson is still sidelined with an achilles issue, while long-term injury worries Luke Porritt, Kieran Weledji and Isaac Assenso continue with their recoveries.
Boss Darren Kelly said: "It will be a tough test, they're a good side, but we go there confident of coming away with a positive result as ever.
"We need to put Tuesday night's result behind us and bounce back, but we have two tough away games in the space of four days, which isn't ideal especially given they were supposed to be at home.
"James Cadman and Ryan Whitley come back into contention but we are still light on numbers given the injuries we have.
"Hopefully Coulo's injury won't be as bad as first feared, but we have to wait and see on that one."
FC United go into the contest after hammering Pontefract Collieries 6-2 in their FA Cup clash on Tuesday.
They drew their NPL opener at home to Nantwich 1-1 on Saturday.
The hosts will be live streaming the contest, details of how to watch can be found via http://www.fc-utd.co.uk/index.php