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Eastleigh's walking wounded are on the mend
Eastleigh’s week off following being handed their cup tie by Solent University has given their players time to heal their wounds.
The senior squad is almost entirely fully fit – with both Phillip Baldwin and Tony Fudio back from injury – and aiming for victories from the firsts, seconds and thirds.
The first host Camberley and captain Russell Smith thinks that could be the biggest ask.
He said: “We have not played them before, so we are just going on reports we pick up and the Internet.
“New Milton said they took a full squad up there and they were beaten, so we know it is going to be tough.
“The seconds game against Trojans is a must win for us but we want to win all three.”
New Milton entertain bottom side Old Wellingtonians at Ashley Rec while Ellingham & Ringwood can continue their push for the top spot with home success over London Exiles.
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