|Sutton's run of local derbies in December continues tomorrow when they renew rivalries with Kingstonian for the first time in the league since April 2004, when Sutton won 4-1 at Gander Green Lane during the storming run-in to the end of that season that saw them claim runners-up spot in the Ryman League. One of Sutton's scorers that day was Matt Gray, and he is likely to line-up against his former team tomorrow in a Kingstonian line-up that has overcome an uncertain start, where they seemed unable to stem the flow of goals against them, to climb the table to such an extent that they go in to tomorrow's game in third place, six points ahead of 8th placed Sutton but having played a game more. As well as the familiar threat of Gray, Sutton will have to watch out for striker Bobby Traynor, whose two goals against Hendon last Sunday took his league total to 15 and consolidated his place as the leading scorer in the division. For Sutton, Karim El-Salahi is now back to full fitness, while Bradley Woods-Garness has returned from his month's loan at Billericay and comes in to contention for a place. Matt Hann and James Hawes may both feature as manager Paul Doswell looks to freshen the team up after a busy schedule of fixtures over the past month which has left several players, including Jason Goodliffe and Alan Pouton, suffering from minor injuries.