NEW-LOOK AFC Emley go into tomorrow’s home clash with Teversal hoping to pick up after successive defeats (3.00) and complete a double.

Ian Banks’ side won 4-2 in Nottinghamshire earlier in the season when goals came courtesy of Mark Stuart and a Steve Kenworthy hat trick.

Banks has a depleted squad with most of his back line injured or unavailable.

Young centre-back Tom Burgin has returned to Rotherham, Matt Neesham has a broken foot and Max Joice and Scott Fulton are both unavailable. Also missing is striker Darren Barrick (suspension).

Returning, however, is versatile Lee Hill, who has missed the last three games through suspension and a broken toe.

And Banks has signed ex-Thackley centre half Jermaine Springer and Josh Nodder, a left winger formerly in Rotherham juniors.

Emley – Green, Higginbottom, Hazelden, Leech, Stuart, Townsend, Kenworthy, Farrell, Thomas, Armitage, Wilson, Clapham, Springer, Nodder.