Bull has no new injury worries ahead of the trip to Berkshire and even hopes to be able to include two new signings, however the Club won’t confirm these deals until all necessary paperwork is complete.
In the League the Blues haven’t won since 8th October when they beat Hemel Hempstead 2-1 at Hartsdown Park, however narrow defeats to the league’s top two have given the Margate fans faith that they can turn the corner very soon.
Hungerford Town are playing National League South football for the first time in their history and have adapted to life well and currently sit 8th in the National League South league standings.
Town recorded a huge 6-0 away win at Oxford City last week and Margate will go to Bulpit Lane looking for a win that could give them some breathing space between themselves and the relegation zone.
When these two sides met at Hartsdown Park in September they shared the spoils in an entertaining 1-1 draw.
Kick off at Bulpit Lane is 3pm but as always if you can’t be there then you can stay right up to date on the clubs official Twitter feed @margate_fc from 2pm.