Former Bury Town striker Richard Logan is one of three players to have signed for Mildenhall Town ahead of the visit of the league leaders.
The 32-year-old ex-Football League forward rejoined for a second spell at Recreation Way from Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division rivals Hadleigh United earlier this week.
And he is joined by Kelvin Enaro from Cottenham United and Ross Bailey, on loan from Bury Town, who will both be in contention for the Hall’s home match with Norwich United tomorrow (3pm).
Logan left Hall in red-hot form last season, scoring eight goals in 11 games before joining the eventual Premier Division champions Hadleigh.
But Mildenhall boss Christian Appleford is pleased to have the former Ipswich Town, Exeter City and Wycombe Wanderers man back in his squad.
“Footballing wise it is a good move,” said Appleford. “When he was with us last season he was playing at his best, so hopefully he can do that for us again. We’ve also brought in Enaro, who is a hot prospect. Higher level clubs have been looking at him and scouting him.”
An Adam Burroughs hat-trick helped Mildenhall return to winning ways with a 5-1 thrashing of Wivenhoe Town on Saturday.
Steve Holder also netted twice for Appleford’s men (ninth), while new signing Enaro made his debut from the bench.
n Thetford Town look to end a run of three away matches without a win when they travel to Kirkley and Pakefield tomorrow (3pm).
The Brecklanders — who visit Great Yarmouth Town in the League Challenge Cup on Tuesday (7.45pm) — slipped to 10th after a 4-0 defeat at Norwich United at the weekend.
n Walsham-le-Willows are targeting a third win in a row when they host Whitton United at Summer Road tomorrow (3pm).
The Willows — who have signed Mildenhall’s Craig Nurse on loan — won 3-2 at Ipswich Wanderers on Saturday.
Paul Smith’s side then claimed back-to-back victories with a 2-0 success at Haverhill Rovers in the Suffolk Premier Cup on Tuesday.
Walsham return to cup action with the visit of Needham Market Reserves in the League Challenge Cup on Tuesday (7.45pm).
n Stowmarket Town are hoping the return of captain Ben Garnham will help them end their winless run of seven matches this weekend.
Rick Andrews’ side visit Wickham Market in the Suffolk Senior Cup first round tomorrow (2.15pm), off the back of a 4-0 loss at home to Braintree Town Reserves in the First Division Knockout Cup on Tuesday.
n Team Bury returned to form with 2-1 wins over Stowmarket (Saturday) and Debenham LC (Tuesday).
Alfie Bedingham and Jonathan Anselmi scored for Blues during Saturday’s local derby, while Josh Cheetham was on target for Stow.