Non-League preview: Sutton United host Bath City as Raynes Park Vale and Colliers Wood United aim for Vase success

Top scorer Jessy Reindorf may return to Sutton United’s starting-line-up when they face struggling Bath City today.

The forward came off the bench in the 3-2 win over FC Romania in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup last weekend, but is expected to start against Bath at Gander Green Lane.

Bath sit third bottom in the Conference South but are only three points behind eighth-placed Sutton.

Raynes Park Vale and Colliers Wood United are both in action in the FA Vase second qualifying round.

Raynes Park face Epsom Athletic at home – a team in the league below them – while Colliers Wood host Shoreham.

Met Police have a home clash against Billericay Town in the Ryman Premier League.

Elsewhere in the same division, Kingstonian will play Leiston at Kingsmeadow.

Ks are in the midst of an injury crisis but the performance of Matt Drage in Monday night’s 5-3 FA Cup replay win over Romford will have been encouraging for manager Tommy Williams.

“We are a bit thin on the ground, but that does mean there are opportunities for other people,” said Williams.

Hampton & Richmond Borough will travel to Tonbridge Angels in a mid-table match, hoping to do better than they did on Tuesday when they conceded five goals against Leatherhead

Tooting & Mitcham are at home as they welcome promotion chasing Herne Bay in Ryman Division One South.

Walton & Hersham FC welcome Sittingbourne hoping to improve after the loss to Redhill on Tuesday, while Walton Casuals  will also be away as they face Whitstable Town.

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