Racing Warwick, fresh from their fine 3-1 league cup win over
Stafford Rangers, go into the their home clash against Sutton Coldfield with a rare luxury
a fully fit squad.
Manager Martin Bewell has been dogged by injury problems as his side have struggled to
find any sort of form but the midweek victory could be a sign that better times are just
around the corner.
"It is certainly a rarity for us to have all our players available and that has to
be good in terms of competition. Adam Munday, who we have missed over the last weeks,
declared himself fit in midweek but he had done no sort of training at all so we
couldnt put him in.
"We will have him warming up with us so that he can join in a bit and start to get
a feel for the games again.
"We played Sutton early in the season and lost 1-0 at their place but there
certainly wasnt much between the sides on the day and we will be confident. I
watched them in action at Hinckley on Tuesday night when they won 2-0 and that gave me a
good idea of how they played and where their strengths lie."
Central midfielder Richard Wade will be particularly keen to impress. He moved from
Sutton Coldfield to Warwick earlier in the season and was due to miss the match to have
work done on a wisdom tooth, but the operation has been postponed and he is set to start.