Published: 02:00, 19 April 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Dartford boss Tony Burman is expected to rotate his squad for the final two games of the Blue Square Bet South season.
Long-term injuries Jon Wallis and Deren Ibrahim are the only absentees as Darts host Boreham Wood on Saturday before a trip to Truro on the final day.
Burman (pictured) said: "We have got players who need some minutes but we will not weaken the team – we have got a good squad of players.
"We want to finish strongly. We have been consistent all year and want to continue that until the end. If we can get over the 90-point barrier that would be another fantastic achievement."
Burman says he doesn’t mind who Dartford face in the play-off semis.
Just two points separate fifth-placed Chelmsford, Dover in sixth and Basingstoke in seventh – although Basingstoke have a game in hand.
The Darts boss added: "We’ve had them all watched and we will do again. Once the league is out of the way, we’ll be ready. They are all decent teams but I’m not concerned who we get."
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