Published: 08:00, 13 September 2016 |
Updated: 10:25, 13 September 2016
Dartford boss Tony Burman must decide whether to return super-sub Ryan Hayes to the starting line-up.
Hayes has made a big impact off the bench in the last two matches, setting up the winner against Welling last week and scoring the equaliser against East Thurrock United on Saturday.
The Darts head back to Margate on Tuesday night in National League South.
Burman said: “Ryan came on, produced the magic and put the ball in the net. He has been on the bench a couple of times and on the Tuesday he put in a fantastic ball for Elliott Bradbrook to score the winner against Welling.
“He came on Saturday and was outstanding. He has made an impact and done well but there were a couple of times before he hadn’t played as well as he could do. He knows and he came on and did well.
“It is a dilemma for me now and he knows he has to produce if over 90 minutes. It’s a tall order but he is capable of doing it. He has put himself back in the frame.”
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