|Striker Craig Dundas will return to the Sutton squad for tomorrow's FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round tie at Ware having come off the transfer list in midweek following a meeting with Paul Doswell, who said he is delighted with the reaction of last season's leading scorer after being put on the list last week. ''Craig and I had a long discussion in the week during which he indicated his desire to stay at the club and work at the couple of concerns that I had over his game. His reaction was exactly what I was hoping for, and it's good news for the club.'' Apart from Chukki Eribenne, who is still missing with an achilles tendon injury, U's have a fully fit squad to choose from tomorrow, although centre back Tom Hughes will continue his recovery from an ankle injury with a game in the reserves against Ash. Hughes played a full 90 minutes in Tuesday's Suburban League draw with Corinthian Casuals, which featured a number of first team players and which Paul felt was a worthwhile exercise. ''Most people had a good hour, and a few like Steve West and Steve McKimm played the full game, which was important as they have a big part to play at first team level. A lot of the normal reserve side had played in the FA Youth Cup the night before and Steve Griffin might have been struggling for numbers, so it was a good exercise for the club all round. We've then had a good training session on Thursday and worked really hard, and the players are focussed ahead of the game and looking to improve on our away form.'' If a replay is required it will be at Gander Green Lane next Tuesday, kick off 7.45pm, replacing the scheduled home Ryman League game against Heybridge Swifts.
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On the official Ryman League Clubcall line today (and for the rest of the week), hear Ware manager Glen Alzapiedi preview Saturday’s tie.
The interview can be heard by telephoning 09066 555 777 – calls cost 60p per minute.
ITV.com will also be covering the game and the FA Cup itself will be on display, and supporters will be able to have their picture taken with the cup.