FIT-AGAIN marksman Adam Mann is “raring to go” ahead of Evesham United’s home clash against Larkhall Athletic in Southern League Division One West tomorrow (3pm).

The striker has not played for the Robins since mid-November due to issues with his back and hamstring.

But Evesham’s postponed matches against Swindon Supermarine and Cinderford Town have given Mann more time to regain fitness.

And manager Paul Collicutt says he is looking forward to seeing Mann and Lewis Powell join forces in attack.

“To miss the last two games doesn’t help us,” Collicutt said.

“The only people who have benefitted from it are those who are getting over injuries.

“A big plus for us is Adam is back available as he is someone we have missed over the last few games.

“He has had back and hamstring problems but with us missing two games it has given him a chance to get over the injury and he will be fit and raring to go against Larkhall.

“On his day Adam can be as good as any striker in this league and I am hoping to get him and Lewis together as that has got the potential to be a good strike force.”

Collicutt confirmed full-back Lewis Binns and midfielder Carl Brown were also in contention to play after recovering from knocks.

Highly-rated hitman Aysa Corrick is expected to make his first appearance after joining from Highworth Town.

But forward Paul Fahy is unavailable for tomorrow’s game and the Boxing Day trip to North Leigh due to personal reasons.

Evesham have slipped to 10th in the table but are seven points off second spot and Collicutt is determined to make up ground.

“It is up to us,” he added.

“One thing we have got to do is improve our home form so our match against Larkhall is a good place to start.

“The players know how I feel and what I want and I just hope we can go ahead and get a positive result tomorrow.”