Aveley will surely wake from their nightmare against Camberley.

This year has been a roller-coaster ride for the Millers in Division Three. Winners of their first four league ames, they are without a win in their last seven.

That dismal run of results has all but cost them the championship title, as well as putting promotion at risk.

The top six go up and currently seventh-placed Egham are five points Aveley behind with a game in hand.

But help is at hand in the shape of Camberley - the worst team in the Ryman.

They've not won away all season; have picked up just two points from a possible 45 on their travels and scored eight goals.

However, the Town did win their last game, against Witham who've just had a player walkout.

One of them, defender Danny Stanley, made his Aveley debut in the 2-2 draw with Epsom in midweek and there was also a first appearance of striker Keith Martin.

Signed from Purfleet, Martin had an impressive strike-rate for the Premier Division side with seven goals from as many starts this term. Unfortunately his availability tomorrow is in doubt because of injury.

And there's uncertaintly too about the future of top scorer Kenny Leslie and midfielder Larry Blunden after both refused to be substitutes for the Epsom game.

Published Thursday, March 21, 2002