Rooke misses Tavvy's big game against Ashes
TAVISTOCK will be without the suspended Ian Rooke for the visit of Saltash United to Langsford Park (3pm).
On the positive side the Lambs do have Ian Holmes, Johnny Morris and Johnny Wyatt looking set to return to the squad after missing last Saturday's victory at Bovey Tracey.
"Saltash are a strong side but we are playing very well at the moment and the lads should be full of confidence going in to the game," said Lamb's manager Ian Southcott.
Ashes' goalkeeper Nathan Murphy returns and takes over from Lee Carew, who deputised in the 7-0 cup victory at Probus.
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Murphy joins a squad that has new signing Danny Zalick available after being cup-tied for last Saturday's game.
Saltash manager Stuart Dudley awaits a late test on defender Lewis Russell's groin injury before naming his starting line-up for a game against a Lambs side that has won its last five games since losing 3-0 at Kimberley Stadium.
Tavistock (from): A Meeds, B Davies, J Robins, D Hart, S Chitty, J Ahearn, J Carey, D Southcott, J Kelly, D Hallett, C Farnham, S Turner, C Gale, I Holmes, J Wyatt, J Morris.
Saltash Utd (from): N Murphy, T Clark, D Smith, S Sargison, M Godfree, G Coulton, R Saint, A Cusack, D Kanaki, S Hughes, R Maddison, S Clark, M Cusack, L Russell, S Jewell, O Bennetts, D Zalick.
PLYMOUTH Parkway are hoping to sign Liskeard midfielder Chris Clarke in time for the visit of Camelford to Bolitho Park (3pm).
Clarke's inclusion would be a timely one as manager Wayne Hillson is missing Will Stringer (suspended), Warren Daw (unavailable) and Lance Bailey (shoulder) for the visit of the sixth- placed Camels.
"We might have a few missing but on a positive note we are pleased to have Darren Stewart joining the coaching team at Bolitho Park," said Hillson.
Plymouth Parkway (from): B Elphick, J Heveran, M Bonney, L Bevan, R Richards, P Heveran, S Hillson, S Cooper. D Griffiths, J Bass, L Young, A Harris, C Clarke.
LISKEARD Athletic's new boss, Paul Blatchford, faces a tough baptism as the Blues entertain seventh-placed Ivybridge Town at Lux Park (3pm).
Blatchford will be assisted by senior player Gavin Welsh who stepped in to the breach after the resignation of Martin Burgess and Kevin Harley.
Welsh has been busy assembling the squad to face the Bridgers, but is still without goalkeeper Gary Richards who is still tied up with work commitments.
Ellis Glassup deputises for Richards and is joined by the returning Robbie Almond and new signings Dan Ahearn and Stuart Rickard.
Matt Lyndsay is added to the Blues squad but Steve Sims, J Simmons and Steve Murphy are all unavailable, while Chris Clarke is expected to sign for Plymouth Parkway.
Ivybridge are hopeful that Ben Smallridge will be returning from injury and Wayne Shailer is free of work commitments but they will be without the suspended Stuart Morgan and Joe Truelove, who is unavailable.
Liskeard Ath (from): E Glassup, P Bromhead, C Brimicombe, R Almond, L Johnson, D Barker, J Scholes, G Welsh, D Duthie, M Hawes, J Knight, R Wallis, A Neal, C Powell-Thomas, D Ahearn, S Rickard, M Lyndsay.
Ivybridge Town (from): J Oak, M Summers, B Smallridge, L Brown, S Saunders, A Parker, S Sutton, M Cheetham, W Shailer, J Walton, R McClements, M Berry, M Scott, T Hanrahan, J Zimmerman, A Widdicombe.
TORPOINT Athletic must put their cup exploits to one side as they prepare for the visit of Elburton Villa to The Mill (3pm).
Point will want to transfer some of their cup form to their league games as they go in search of their first victory in four league games against at Villa outfit, who are capable of beating the best in the league, as last month's victory at Bodmin proved.
Point player-manager Darren Edwards has striker Liam Thornton still recovering from his dislocated elbow, while Luke Avis-Riordan will require a late fitness test on his injured knee.
Villa await a late fitness test on Lewis Daw's back injury but are hopeful that Saam Khakbazan has recovered from his bout of flu.
One player definitely returning is Martin Finneron who is clear of work commitments.
Torpoint Ath (from): D Batten/S Borthwick, S White, G Williams, D Chapman, D Hicks, P Baker, B Stacey, L Avis-Riordan, J Fenwick, J Alexander, K Curtis, D Edwards, L Kershaw, T Payne, D Lorimer, M Budd.
Elburton (from): S May, J Alexander, R Spear, L Daw, L Landricombe, J Trott, S Stevens, M Landricombe, M Finneron, J Crowley, L Rundle, S Khakbazan, C Martindale, J Smith, T Barwell