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Just received from Non League Daily.com

Ben Walshe and Adam Miller will be missing for Gravesend & Northfleet as they host Aldershot Town at Stonebridge Road.

Walshe twisted his ankle in training last week, while Miller is starting the first of his three-match ban after being sent-off against Stevenage Borough.

Aldershot Town manager Terry Brown has confirmed that influential midfielders Nick Roddis and Jon Challinor will not make the trip to Gravesend & Northfleet on Tuesday following their injuries on Saturday.
Roddis is out for between two and four weeks with injured knee ligaments. Challinor, who scored just minutes before coming off injured at Leigh RMI, has an ankle injury but is hoping to return within a week. Also missing will be Nikki Bull as he battles a continuing ankle injury that is not responding to treatment as had been hoped. The Shots keeper is expected to return to hospital for another X-ray to see if there is a chipped bone in the joint.
However, Brown had some silver lining around the injury clouds with the news that Jason Chewins has trained since Saturday and is over the effects of a stomach bug which sidelined him at the weekend.
Also it is expected that Belgian-based former Scarborough defender Mo Sillah will make his debut on Tuesday.
Sillah (pictured), a Sierra Leone international, has already trialled for the Shots this season and usually plays at centre half but is an effective midfielder too.
Brown is confident that Sillah may come to Aldershot on non-contract terms in time to be drafted into the side to face Gravesend. (www.shotsweb.co.uk)



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offline David Holden

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Ben is having a fitness test today, although I suspect he is being optimistic

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Good Luck to everyone on another important evening!

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