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Fleet's Moore set for comeback

GRAVESEND & Northfleet will hope to build on their midweek Conference win when they travel to the North West to take on Accrington Stanley on Saturday.

Andy Ford’s side halted their two-game losing streak with a 2-1 win over Dagenham & Redbridge with goals from Lee Protheroe and Manny Omoyinmi.

But the Fleet will have their work cut out as they travel to face a buoyant Stanley who are lying second in the table.

Chris Moore is likely to return to central defence after his one-match suspension after being sent-off against Barnet. Jay Saunders or debutant Romauld Bouadji will drop down to the bench.

Meanwhile, Fleet have completed the signing of defender Adam Garner on a non-contract basis with Graham Porter and Lee Shearer still sidelined.

Garner has been released by Oxford United and Ford has taken the 19-year-old on trial. Ford has also signed Tom Davis, 20, on a contract until the end of this season. The midfielder has impressed in Gravesend’s reserves.

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