Jake Ash returns from suspension for FA Cup match with AFC Totton
Truro City captain Jake Ash will return from suspension for tomorrow's FA Cup second qualifying round match against AFC Totton.
Truro are also set to welcome new signing Bobby Hopkinson into their squad, subject to League approval.
Hopkinson has joined Truro City having been released by Havant and Waterlooville. Truro City manager Lee Hodges said the player is looking to regain his match fitness and his happy to play for the club for nothing.
Tomorrow's match represents a must win game for Truro as the financially stricken club battle off-the-field problems.
If they beat AFC Totton, who play a division below Truro in the Southern Premier League, they will collect £4,500 in prize money.
The match is a repeat of the 2007 FA Vase final which saw more than 30,000 watch Truro City beat AFC Totton 3-1 at Wembley Stadium, thanks to goals from Kevin Wills (2) and Joe Broad.
Speaking about the game, Hodges, said: "The boys will give it their all again tomorrow and I know the fans will be right behind us once more, which is fantastic, but I can't deny that time is running out now.
"We are going into the match with the knowledge that there's still no evidence of anyone seriously interested in buying the club. Time is of the essence and it's not on our side."