Dover Athletic manager Chris Kinnear says draw against title-chasing Salisbury City would be a good result
Dover Athletic’s unbeaten run will
be put to the test when they travel to Salisbury in a crucial Blue
Square Bet South top-of-the-table clash on Saturday.
Whites made it seven games unbeaten
under new boss Chris Kinnear with Saturday’s 2-2 draw against
Havant & Waterlooville, while the Wiltshire outfit have
suffered a blip recently, with last Saturday’s 3-0 success at
Weston-super-Mare their first win in five matches.
Whites go into the game eight
points behind their second-placed opponents with two matches in
And Kinnear (pictured) admitted
that defeat on Saturday "would make it a lot more difficult and a
draw would be a good result but we are going there to win."
Whites’ fans will remember
Salisbury’s impressive 3-1 victory at Crabble in October and City
led the Blue Square Bet South table for a long period before
recently being overhauled by Welling.
Kinnear said: "They had a good win
on Saturday and are a strong side but we want to keep our unbeaten
The Whites boss looks set to
keep faith with his side for the game despite the loss of a 2-0
half-time lead against Havant , though fit-again midfielder Daryl
McMahon could feature.
Kinnear said: "McMahon looked all
right when he came on (against Havant) and he will be in contention
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