The hosts will also feature former Margate Defender Charlie Wassmer who appears to have played in a more advanced role for the League leaders this season.
The Blues travel to Berkshire in terrible form but with the on-going changes at the Club it is to be expected. Boss Nikki Bull could feature two new players in his side with Tarik Moore-Azille and new Brentford loanee Nathan Fox available for selection.
Bull will also be encouraged by Scott Donnelly’s return to the side on Tuesday night as he featured for 25 minutes in the Clubs 2-0 defeat to East Thurrock United in the FA Trophy after returning from five weeks out with a knee injury.
More positive news for the Blues is the return of Midfielder Lewis Taylor after his two game suspension was served after his red card in the Gate’s 5-0 home defeat to Oxford City.
Last season when these two sides met it was the hosts that ran out 3-1 winners in March, amid Margate’s torrid end to the season where they won just once in their final 12 games.
Kick off at York Road 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.