Manager Andy Hessenthaler and his squad are back in action on Saturday when they make the long trip to North Wales to play promotion-chasing Wrexham at The Racecourse Ground (3pm).
The hosts are currently fourth on the National League table, one point behind third-placed FC Halifax Town, who they beat 3-1 on Tuesday.
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?
You can read the hosts preview HERE
LAST TIME WE MET
Manager Andy Hessenthaler’s patched-up side suffered late heartbreak after Jordan Davies’ goal six minutes from time secured all three points for Wrexham after a 1-0 win at Crabble last December.
Hessenthaler was forced to play players out of position with on-loan Crawley Town defender Harry Ransom pulling out on the morning of the match due to illness.
Millwall loanee Junior Tiensia played at right-back rather than left with Danny Collinge suspended, while Seth Nana Twumasi, who only turned up to get treatment for his knee injury, found himself replacing Ransom, and doing it in a pair of borrowed boots too!
Twumasi hasn’t trained for three weeks either, but it didn’t show as he produced an outstanding performance at the back in substitute Noah Carney’s boots.
Despite the changes, Whites made the visitors work hard and it could have been such a different result with Hessentahler’s team seeing a penalty claim waved away after TJ Bramble was bundled over by visiting captain Luke Young four minutes before half-time.
Whites hit the woodwork three times in the second half before Wrexham won it at the death after Davies’ corner eluded everyone.
Attendance:838 (198 away).
Paul Mullin is leading the way with 16 goals in the National League this season.
NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE
22/03 Wrexham 3-1 FC Halifax Town
19/03 Bromley 0-0 Wrexham
08/03 Wrexham 4-2 Boreham Wood
Gillingham loanee, midfielder Henry Woods, is back in the matchday squad after missing Yeovil’s visit to Crabble last Saturday through illness.
Young forward Noah Carney is away on England under-18 duty and not available while his 16-year-old Dover Athletic Academy team-mate Kieron Agbebi, who made his debut against Yeovil, is again included in the squad.
Ryan Hanson, Marshall Wratten (hamstring), TJ Bramble (back), James Caton (hamstring), Alex Green (ankle), Seth Twumasi (knee), and Travis Gregory (knee) are all still on the sidelines.
For fans heading to Wrexham wanting to wear the same shirts as the players, we will be wearing our white home shirts.
The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make the trip, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE
We will also have live updates on Twitter – @DAFCLiveText – follow us and get all the news as it happens.
Dover fans wanting to attend the game must purchase their tickets in advance as none will be sold to away fans on the day.
Please call 01978 891864, option 2 for English, then option 1 for ticketing.
SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES
Altrincham v Aldershot Town
Eastleigh v Stockport County
Grimsby Town v Dagenham & Redbridge
King’s Lynn Town v FC Halifax Town
Maidenhead United v Barnet
Notts County v Chesterfield
Torquay United v Weymouth
Wealdstone v Bromley
Woking v Solihull Moors
Yeovil Town v Southend United