Another milestone is up for grabs for Guernsey this weekend as they go in search of their 1,000th competitive goal on Saturday.

The Green Lions' unexpected four-goal haul at Marlow, which earned them the Pitching in Isthmian South Central Preformance of the Month award, took them to 998. Last Saturday's postponement robbed them of the chance to do it in front of their own fans. That still might be the case if Tony Vance's side score less than two at Corinthin-Casuals, but GFC have been free-scoring of late with 28 goals in their last 12 games and will hope to hit that milestone goal at King George's Field.

This will be GFC's fourth away game in a row due to all the postponements. They are very much in form with four wins from their last six. Ben Solway, Dave Merris and Dave Rihoy are all available for selection again, but Jamie Dodd is still out as a result of his red card against Metropolitan Police. Sam Murray is still injured but Vance hopes he will return in a few weeks.

This marks the start of a busy March for Guernsey, with six games including three consecutive midweek home matches.

A point for Binfield in midweek sent Casuals to the bottom of the table for the first time this season, although they have been in the relegation zone for several months. They have the division's lowest goals tally and the most second-most porous defence. They are without a win in 16 games, having last managed three points against Hanworth Villa in November.

The sides drew 1-1 at Footes Lane back in November, with a late strike from Koshem Murtra-Eribuwa cancelling out Ross Allen's opener on the half hour. It is the Sarnians's first trip to King George's Field in six years, when they were beaten 5-0 by a Corinthian side on its way to promotion. Their first ever visit there saw Nigel Hutton and Marc McGrath net in a 2-1 win. We won three of the first four meetings but the Surrey side won the next six before November's draw.

The Green Lions will also be looking to inspire the next generation as they will be supported from the stands by the island's U15 representative side, who are joining them on the trip as they face Corinthian-Casuals U15s at NESCOT College in Epsom at 11am. If you are travelling to Surrey for the afternoon fixture, why nod head down a few hours earlier to cheer on the youngsters?

Saturday's match kicks off at 2pm. Fans not making the journey to King George's Field can watch the first half on our GFCTV livestream on our Facebook page, followed by audio-only commentary on our @GuernseyFC X (Twitter) space. Highlights will be available on our social media and YouTube channels, with a full match report on our website.