WORCESTER City are set for a double boost to their forward line when they take on Bishop’s Stortford at St George’s Lane tomorrow (3pm).

Having seen their attacking options limited recently, Danny Carey-Bertram returns from a three-match ban and fellow striker Luke Corbett should be in contention after an ankle injury.

Carey-Bertram missed the 4-1 defeats at Altrincham and Guiseley as well as Monday’s 3-0 home victory over Solihull Moors for his red card at Histon last month.

Corbett has been out for five games since turning his ankle in the 1-0 success at Eastwood Town, when he scored the last-gasp winner, having taken longer than hoped to recover.

With Simon Brown likely to have shaken off the knock that forced him off an hour into the Solihull win, manager Carl Heeley now has more support for top-scorer Mike Symons.

“I don’t mind having too many options and strong competition for places,” he said.

“Luke is nearly there so we will see how he goes in training but it’s nice to have options rather than scraping around for players.”

But winger Danny Edwards (hamstring) is still not fit and it is unlikely utility player Neil Cartwright will be involved after suspected salmonella.

City, however, are brimming with confidence again following the Solihull triumph, which saw goals for Symons, Kevin O’Connor and Matt Birley, and want their third win at the Lane this season.

Monday’s display ensured back-to-back losses were consigned to the past and another three points would help cement their place in the top half of Blue Square Bet North.

Bishop’s Stortford, managed by former England and Tottenham goalkeeper Ian Walker, have struggled since being switched from the southern section in the summer with just nine points from their first 10 games.

But they created a surprise at Eastwood on Tuesday, winning 4-3 to climb out of the relegation places and end a run of three straight de-feats, courtesy of two late goals from Dwight Gayle.

Heeley added: “They have a lot of pace in their side which will be a threat but we feel we can cause them problems. It’s an opportunity to pick up points on home soil.”

Worcester locked horns with the Hertfordshire side four times in their Conference South days, losing three and drawing once at the Lane in November 2009.