Tom Dodds is set to become the next player to reach 200 games for Guernsey as they welcome another high-flyer in Leatherhead on Saturday.

The versatile Dodds, who has featured regulary in midfield, at full-back and centre-back for the Green Lions, will become the ninth player to achieve a double century of appearances but will be the youngest to do so at 25, having made his debut aged 17 in an FA Cup replay at Thamesmead Town in August 2016. His debut season saw him achieve a clean sweep of Player of the Season awards as well as Goal of the Season for his maiden strike against East Grinstead Town.

Charlton Gauvain misses out with the knock that kept him out of Wednesday's defeat and Sam Murray continues to rehab after his injury, but Kieran Mahon could be involved again after returning to training last week. Owen Wallbridge, who also missed the Chertsey game, will have a fitness test. Josh Addison is also back in contention after missing the last two games.

Despite Wednesday's defeat to Chertsey Town, the Sarnians have still won four of their last six and continue to find the back of the net impressively, with 31 goals scored in the 11 games since Christmas. Ross Allen (eight), latest centurion Matt Loaring (10) and Gauvain (seven) have scored 25 of those goals between them.

We are six points off Ascot in 13th (with two games in hand) so are looking to stay in touch. We could drop three places to 16th with a defeat if Northwood and Sutton Common Rovers both win.

Leatherhead have won four and drawn one of their last six. They are 12 points off the top as a result of Chertsey's win at Footes Lane on Wednesday, but are comfortable heading for a play-off spot, so they are in a tussle with Marlow and Southall for second place. They boast the tightest defence in the league with just 23 goals conceded in 31 games, but they have scored less than GFC's 52. 

The Tanners have not won on either of their two visits to Footes Lane. Sam Murray scored in a 1-1 draw in this fixture last season, while goalkeeper Josh Addison of all people nearly snatched an equaliser at Fetcham Grove in December after the hosts scored what turned out to be a late winner themselves. In six meetings so far, Guernsey have two wins and the Surrey side have three.

Saturday's match kicks off at 2pm. Fans unable to make it to Footes Lane can listen to full live commentary on our @GuernseyFC X (Twitter) Space and follow the action via text updates on our social media channels. GFCTV highlights will be uploaded to Facebook, X and YouTube after the game, with a full match report to follow on the website.