We take a look at the latest from both camps ahead of Saturday’s game against Bromley at The Super 6 Stadium (3pm kick-off).
Craig Hignett has no new injury worries ahead of Saturday’s game but will assess the fitness of his squad following back-to-back long away trips this week.
Luke Molyneux returned from the bench at Ebbsfleet United on Tuesday after recovering from a gashed knee and the on-loan Sunderland man should be involved again at the weekend.
Carl Magnay has undergone surgery to repair a knee problem, while Michael Raynes has returned to parent club Crewe Alexandra for treatment on an Achilles injury which is set to rule him out for eight weeks.
Luke Williams has continued to step up his recovery from knee surgery but still needs to build his fitness before a return to full training.
Bromley boss Neil Smith saw his side run out 2-0 winners over Maidstone United in last weekend’s Kent derby and must decide whether to make any changes for the trip to the North East.
Adam Mekki is unavailable and has been ruled out for the season after dislocating his ankle and fracturing his fibula in the game against Eastleigh last month.