HIGHWORTH Town co-manager Ross Adams is looking forward to having some selection dilemmas over the next couple of games with his squad in good shape.

The Worthians welcome play-off chasing Cinderford Town to the Save On Tyres Stadium tonight for a fourth meeting of the season between the two clubs.

The previous three came in the space of a week as an FA Trophy tie ended in replay defeat for the Wiltshire side, who gained revenge four days later with a 2-1 triumph in the league.

Leon Morrison is set to miss out owing to suspension for Highworth, but otherwise Adams is pleased with the squad available, and a further boost coming for the weekend’s trip to Moneyfields.

“We’ve got a couple of injuries, suspensions, but we’re looking fairly strong,” he said.

“In terms of the squad we’ll probably have 15 available, with a couple more that should be back, fingers crossed, for the weekend as well.

“There’s plenty of decisions to make in terms of the players available for the next couple of games.

“We’ve got one suspension enforced which is Leon at the back, but Liam Haines has come in and done well since he’s been given his opportunities.

“I’ve got no real concerns in terms of the numbers and the squad we’ve got for Cinderford.”

Cinderford enter the game on the back of a brace of wins, and Adams knows a tricky test will be in order for his side.

He said: “They’re a very big club in terms of the league. They’re very consistent most seasons to be honest, had some good seasons over the last couple of years and got some good players.

“They’ll be a tough side, they’re well organised, do the simple things well and are pretty solid as a team.

“It’s going to be another tough, tough one for us to get something from the game.”

Worthians were without a match last weekend as their home meeting against Evesham United was postponed with the pitch saturated. A new date for that game is yet to be arranged.

By the time tonight’s game rolls around, it will have been ten days out of action for Adams’ men.

“Obviously we’ve had a couple of games in the last three weeks called off now, so it’ll be nice to get back out there,” he said.

“You don’t want to be playing Saturday-midweek every week between now and the end of the season, so hopefully the weather picks up a little bit and we can get everything in that’s scheduled at the moment.”