Manager Steve Watt introduced a new formation against the Fleet and he may stick with his new look 5-3-2 at Oxford City but doubts remain whether or not Dean Morgan will be fit after leaving the pitch after 17 minutes with a slight knee knock.
Watt will be able to welcome back Jonathan Miles in goal after he was unable to play against his parent club meaning Valery Pajetat could drop back to the bench.
While Margate were relegated on Good Friday, tomorrows hosts secured their National League South status with a fantastic victory over Play-off chasing Chelmsford City. The home fans will recognise a familiar face in the Margate squad as Stephane Ngamvoulou travels back to Marsh Lane just a month after his departure to join the Gate.
Oxford City have an unbeaten run against the Gate in their two seasons in the same division with two wins and a draw in their three fixtures. When the two sides met at Hartsdown Park earlier this season it was Oxford City who ran out 5-0 winners to compound another miserable afternoon for the Gate fans.
Kick off at Marsh 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 with team news from 2pm.
Margate supporters should note that the club has laid on a FREE supporters Coach as a thank you for your support this season.