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Team News: Eastleigh v Pools

25 January 2018

Paul Jenkins and Craig Harrison Barbara Abbott (Shutter Press)
Paul Jenkins and Craig Harrison

We round up the latest from both camps ahead of Saturday’s game at The Silverlake Stadium.

Craig Harrison must decide whether to name an unchanged starting line-up for the third game in a row when Pools make the long trip to Eastleigh this weekend.

The Pools boss will run the rule of central defender Michael Ledger who has missed the last two games with a groin injury but will hope to return to contention for Saturday.

Rhys Oates is still nursing a thigh injury and will be assessed ahead of the trip, while Luke George is still a little way off a return after having injections in his back.

Ryan Donaldson remains sidelined until at least the end of February after undergoing further surgery on his ankle, while Kenton Richardson (collarbone) and Aaron Cunningham (ankle) are both still missing.

Eastleigh boss Andy Hessenthaler will be without Bradley Hudson-Odoi after the front man returned to parent club Sutton United following a loan spell with The Spitfires.

Midfielder Ryan Broom is pressing for a start against Pools after coming off the bench to score a spectacular debut winner in the 3-2 triumph over Maidstone United after joining on loan from Bristol Rovers last week.

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