First home league game of the season, and indeed the first evening league match at Champion Hill since November 2017 when we beat Harrow 2-0 in front of what was then a rare four figure midweek crowd, as well as television news cameras, after Meadow first told us we'd have to become self-funding. Wealdstone came close to defeating eventual promotion play-off winners Woking at the semi-final stage in May and won their opening match 4-1 at home to Dartford on Saturday. They appointed former Hemel and Billericay manager Dean Brennan in the summer and are always well supported on their visits to Champion Hill. I would imagine we'll field a similar or possibly unchanged team following our win at Tonbridge unless any of the injured players is able to return. Grainger is apparently unavailable until Saturday due to concussion protocols and Chapman will be unavailable until the home game with Concord Rangers on Saturday 17 August while he completes a 4 match suspension carried over from last season. I believe Taylor's one match ban for Saturday's sending off will be served this Saturday at home to St Albans.