Myers will have a huge decision on his hands as he decides who starts this tough game, against a very good opponent.
Following the most recent international break, Josh Brooking and Ted Sharman-Lowe have not featured due to niggling injuries. George Nunn is still expected to be out as he has not yet recovered from his injury.
Silko Thomas suffered a concussion in the Under-18s game against Brighton but should be in contention to start.
The group stage of this competition was fairly comfortable for us, as in normal time in our three games we were unbeaten.
Our first fixture against Exeter City ended in a 1-1 draw where a late goal denied us the victory in normal time. We did secure the extra point that was on offer by winning the penalty shoot-out.
In our next match, we faced Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers and despite gaining victory in that one (2-1), the scoreline flattered the hosts as we created numerous chances to increase our lead. Goals from Jayden Wareham and Lewis Baker were enough to secure the victory.
Cambridge United first team coach Barry Corr insists tomorrow night’s EFL Trophy match against Walsall is a game his side “really want to win”.
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The U’s take a break from league action as they face League Two opposition in the second round of the competition at the Abbey.
United have had a tough run of fixtures of late, with Mark Bonner’s side having taken on Sunderland, Wigan Athletic and Rotherham United in their last three league games.
Whilst the EFL Trophy represents a welcome break from the league schedule, Corr highlighted that the competitiveness levels among the squad remain the same for every game they play.