Eastbourne Borough will be without defender Stuart Tuck for tomorrow's trip to lowly Wisbech in the Dr Martens eastern division as the former Albion defender is serving a one-match ban.

Fellow defender Nathan Godden has now left for Australia to further restrict Borough boss Garry Wilson's options.

Borough will meet Eastbourne United again at Priory Lane in their Sussex Senior Cup quarter-final on Tuesday night after their first attempt to play the match was abandoned earlier this week when the floodlights failed.

Worthing boss Barry Lloyd admits his side must stop giving away defensive gifts if they are to end their nightmare run of 11 matches without a win.

Boss Lloyd gives new signing Danny Stevens another run in central defence at Wealdstone tomorrow while former Albion youngster Andrew Beech continues in a new midfield role.

Lloyd said: "We need some experience at the back and I am concious of that but the funds are not there.

"I said when I came here I would play the youngsters and I am standing by that."

Mark Burt completes a two-match ban tomorrow while Warren Smart plays at right back following Danny Smith's move to Southwick.

Horsham boss John Maggs is in talks with former Kidderminster and Kettering goalkeeper John Payne, who has recently moved into the area.

Maggs is delighted with the form of his No. 1 Ian Chatfield but needs a stand-in for next week's trip to Marlow, when Chatfield will be suspended.

Dave Flemming makes his first start in tomrrow's division two six-pointer at home to East Thurrock.