This is an interesting match up with the team having the most draws in the league including seven in the last 10 against a team with the least number of draws and you have to go back to before the reverse fixture last November when Torquay last shared the points on offer.
Both teams are on 12 points from the last six games which would indicate a close match but I cannot but help think of this game at Plainmoor where we blew them away 4-0 in the first half with a Janneh hat trick and that was with no Hall in midfield. If we are on it then think we will have too much for a team that normally only attracts two to three hundred home supporters.
Obviously Niate is suspended for this game which just leaves Hall as cover in case of some mishap to either central defender. Andrews is likely to be back playing which could mean Keating unluckily dropping out again unless Kalala is used as an impact sub although Dickson is likely to have that honour with this having worked well for the last couple of games.
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.
The thing which has impressed me most about the performances this season is the attitude of the "Bristol City boys". Even though none of them are likely to return next season, they seem fully committed in every match and are obviously delighted whenever a goal is scored.
They are clearly not thinking about their future careers at the moment, but I'm sure they will go back to their parent club as a group thinking that they have just contributed to a job really well done. I don't believe that we would have been within a stone's throw of promotion without them, and let's hope that this can become a well-established conveyor belt in the next few seasons.
Stewart - with our links would not rule out a return of Edwards and Janneh who are still at the start of their careers. The Bristol boys professionalism is great and compares really well with other loan signings that had some decent pedigree over the years.