Published: 00:00, 01 March 2019
Joint-boss Jamie Coyle says Dartford must be wary of Dulwich Hamlet’s new signings on Saturday.
Aryan Tajbakhsh, Luke Wanadio and Jamie Mascoll have all been brought in to boost the Hamlet survival bid.
But seventh-placed Darts make the trip in good form buoyed by last weekend’s 2-0 win over leaders Woking.
Coyle said: “They made three huge signings last week so it’s not great timing for us.
“But if we work hard like we did on Saturday in terms of keeping our shape, we’ve got real pace that goes in behind now.
“If we can draw teams out and play on the counter like we did for the two goals on Saturday, we’ll do that.
“We’re getting lots of benefit from the two boys (Phil Roberts and Darren McQueen) that have come in late in the season and we’ve got to keep them fit.
“We’ve still got to manage their workload and make sure we don’t push them too much, but they’ve put a real shift in.”
Both strikers scored in the win over Woking as the Darts made it 10 points from 12 in February.
Coyle said: “It took a while but you can see now there’s a real belief out there.
“Even the boys coming off the bench have the work ethic and desire when we’re out of possession.
“Me and Adam (Flanagan, joint-boss) have believed all along that it was going to come but it’s nice now that whoever we send out, there’s a real belief and confidence that we can turn up against any club at this level and win.”
Jordan Wynter (arm) and Charlie Sheringham (ankle) both need X-rays on injuries which could keep them out for a while.