Tom Martin makes the squad for the first time this season giving the Sarnians an added boost following two positive results.

Sam Murray scored his first goal in the green and white of Guernsey FC against Leatherhead and will be hoping to add to his tally on Saturday.

Captain Jamie Dodd and centre-half partner Jacob Fallaize returned to the starting lineup last time out and both are in contention again this weekend. 

Liam Mahon also returned from injury to make an appearance off the bench against Leatherhead and will look to feature once again.

Jason Martin is the goalkeeper selected this weekend having also played the full 90 minutes against Leatherhead.

Keene Domaille remains unavailable as he serves the second of his three-match suspension for his red card against Sutton Common Rovers.  

The full squad is as follows: J.Martin, Marsh, Vaudin, Fallaize, Dodd, T.Martin, Alvarez, Dodds, L.Mahon, Loaring, Periera, Hale, Legg, Fazakerley, Murray. 

The opposition this weekend is Chertsey Town, who are known as the Curfews due to a church bell that indicated the evening curfew over 500 years ago and the bell still ceremoniously rings to this day in St. Peters Church. 

Guernsey and Chertsey met for the first two times in their history last season, with the Curfews recording the double over the Sarnians as they went on to finish second in the Isthmian South-Central division, behind runaway leaders Bracknell Town. 

A tight affair in November 2021 at Footes Lane was decided by a 63rd minute winner from Chertsey's Bryan Taylor. The reverse fixture in March 2022 was a far more convincing victory as the promotion chasing Curfews scored two goals either side of halftime to defeat the already safe Green Lions. 

However a brilliant campaign, that consisted of a tally of 76 points, 23 wins, 7 draws and just 6 defeats, ultimately came to nothing. Despite having the home advantage, Chertsey Town were pipped to promotion by Hanwell Town in a dramatic play-off final match that ended 3-2 after extra time. 

This campaign it seemed as though the Curfews had bounced back from the heartbreak scoring 10 goals in their opening three league matches tallying seven points from a possible nine in the process. 

Although since a thumping 5-0 victory at Sutton Common Rovers, Chertsey are without a win in their last four league matches. Having also been dumped out of the FA Cup and FA Trophy against sides in same division in that time. 

The downward spiral of form led to the sacking of manager Wayne Carter on Sunday evening and are yet to appoint a new manager to take charge this Saturday afternoon.

Fans unable to make it to Alwyns Lane can follow live coverage on GFCTV. An update on the new pay-per-view service for GFCTV can be found here. Highlights and a full match report will be on the website over the weekend.