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DEAN READINGS: knee problem but should be fit to face Tiverton
TWO tough looking away trips are next up for Dover Athletic as they aim to improve on their paltry return of just two points from seven away games.
Whites away record is the worst in the Dr Martens League Premier Division and in stark contrast to their home record which is the best in the division.
Saturday sees Dover travel to the south west to face 10th placed Tiverton Town. The two sides have already met this season when goals from Tommy Tyne and Craig Wilkins gave Whites a 2 1 victory in August.
On Tuesday, Dover are away to this season surprise outfit,
Hinckley Athletic, in a re arranged game. After escaping relegation on the final day of the season many pundits felt Hinckley would struggle again this time,
but they are currently ninth in the table.
Dover’s only injury doubts are defenders Dean Readings and Andy Arnott who are suffering with knee and calf problems respectively. They trained on Tuesday and new manager Richard Langley is confident both will be fit to face Tiverton.