Who's in and who's out?Fresh from an intense week's work in the Algarve, the Lions squad were greeted by more familiar weather conditions at the training ground on Monday morning as they prepared for Tuesday's encounter with Bromley (kick-off 7.45pm) in heavy drizzle.
The majority of the squad can expect some game time against the Conference outfit, but as Neil Harris explained there will be one or two absentees.
"This game has come too soon for Paris Cowan-Hall who is stepping up his rehab this week and might be ready for a game next week. Lee Gregory has a little niggle and won't play at Bromley but should be fine for Wimbledon.
"It's been great to see David Forde back with the group, but again he needs a bit more work before he plays a game so I'd expect him to feature at Wimbledon.
"Carlos Edwards and Jamie Philpot are both making good progress after their injuries and we have them pencilled in for a game at Kingstonian before they join up with the first team squad.
"Apart from those I've mentioned, everyone should get a run out at Bromley. Some will play a half, others may get 60 minutes or longer. This will be a good test for us at this stage and I'm looking forward to seeing how we're shaping up in games after the work we've done so far."
Turnstiles at Hayes Lane will open at 6.30pm and supporters are advised to arrive in good time with a sizeable crowd expected.
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