Matthias Fanimo remains side-lined however Lewis Taylor took part in full training and could make his return to the starting eleven this weekend. Bull himself will serve the first of a two match touchline ban for a sending off at Poole Town back on the 20th August meaning Lewis Ward will return between the sticks after recovering from a leg injury.
Despite a tricky start to the season Whitehawk have four wins from four since appointing former Eastleigh Manager Richard Hill as their new boss. Last week’s 2-1 win away at Welling saw the Sussex based side climb to 13th in the Vanarama National League South standings.
The Hawks also have a 1st Round FA Cup appearance next weekend against Stourbridge as they look to recreate last season’s run to the second round where they narrowly lost to Dagenham & Redbridge, denying them a trip to Premier League side Everton in Round Three.
Last time these two met was at Hartsdown Park last season when the Hawks crushed the Blues 6-2 in what was to Terry Browns penultimate game in charge of the Gate. The meeting at the Enclosed Stadium last season ended in a 2-2 draw with now Crystal Palace striker Freddie Ladapo helping the Gate fight back from a 2-0 half-time deficit.
Kick off at the Enclosed Stadium 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.