Rob Edwards expects AFC Telford United will be close to full strength for Tuesday’s long-haul trip to Blyth Spartans. The Bucks are facing a 460-mile round trip for an FA Trophy first-round tie, which was postponed on Saturday due to a frozen pitch.

But aside from the cup-tied Will Marsh and Jack Rea, who has only recently returned to training following long-term injury, Edwards expects to have every player available for the journey.

“We should have a full compliment of players available,” he said. “I’ve certainly not had any approach me and say they might be struggling.

“It’s not an ideal scenario but we just have to get on with it. In all honesty it has got to the stage where we just want to get playing again.”


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