Andy Hessenthaler’s injury-hit squad faces another stern test when Barnet visit Crabble on Saturday.
The Bees, the side above Whites on the National League table, are unbeaten in their previous three outings after draws against Kings Lynn Town and FC Halifax Town following a 3-1 win against Weymouth at The Hive.
Tuesday’s defeat against Aldershot at Crabble sees Barnet 16 points ahead of Whites.
Barnet drew 1-1 at Kings Lynn on Tuesday.
Joe Widdowson put Barnet ahead in the fourth minute, turning home Rob Hall’s corner.
But the hosts levelled midway through the first half as Michael Clunan fired home from the edge of the area.
King’s Lynn could have won it after the break but Sam Sargeant saved Gold Omotayo’s penalty, with Ross Barrows missing the rebound.
BARNET’S PLAYER TO WATCH
Midfielder Mitch Brundle needs no introduction to Dover fans. Our former captain got his first goal for Barnet in their 3-1 win against Weymouth two weeks ago..
LAST TIME WE MET
In our only fixture against the Bees last season, and our final home game before the club’s results were expunged, Whites won only their third game of the campaign.
Will De Havilland’s double inside the first 20 minutes put Hessenthaler’s men 2-0 up before Ahkeem Rose made it three midway through the first half.
Michael Petrasso pulled a goal back on the hour mark, but Whites held on for victory on a cold, wet night at Crabble.
Tickets for this game must be bought at the turnstile only. Both cash and card are accepted.
Prices are as follows:
Adults – £18
Over 60 – £15
Under 18 – £9
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