WIMBORNE Town will be hoping leading marksman Mark Gamble can shrug off a bout of sickness in time to face Mangotsfield tomorrow (3pm).
Back-to-back home victories have put Steve Cuss's within eight points of the Southern League Division One South & West play-off places ahead of their trip to Cossham Street.
Adam Costello is unavailable for the match against Mangos, who sit third in the table.
Magpies: (from) Harvell, Arnold, Oliver, Maybury, Phillipson-Masters, Blake, Griffin, Davidson, Gamble, Kemble, Stokoe, Webb, Burton-Hemmings, Roast, Grose, Hall.
Bournemouth Poppies manager Ken Vaughan received a double boost after midfielder Scott Costello and top scorer Martin Warren chose to stay at Victoria Park.
Costello is set to dual-register with Wimborne Town but will principally remain with Poppies for the rest of the season, while Warren, who has 13 league goals so far, has rebuffed an approach from Blackfield & Langley, according to Vaughan.
Both provided the boss with a huge lift ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Wessex Premier rivals Romsey Town. Elsewhere, Christchurch host Horndean, while Hamworthy United travel to title favourites Sholing.
In Wessex One, New Milton travel to Andover Town, while Ringwood visit Tadley Calleva (all 3pm).