Barrow AFC are hoping midfielder Tom White will have fully recovered from the virus that laid him low last week by the time they line up against Solihull Moors tonight.

White had to struggle through last Saturday's 1-1 draw at Boreham Wood, where he came off the bench having not felt strong enough for manager Ian Evatt to consider starting him.

The 22-year-old was one of several players in the Bluebirds' squad to have been affected by the virus, which prevented them from being able to prepare properly for the trip to Hertfordshire.

Evatt said: "We hope Tom is going to be back to full health. I didn't really want to use him on Saturday, to be honest, but then I had no real choice with Lewis [Hardcastle] on a stupid yellow card that was never even a free kick, let alone a yellow card.

"He then couldn't make a tackle, so I had no choice but to bring him off and bring Tom on.

"He didn't feel himself, he said, but he's got a lot of quality, the lad, so much quality and hopefully he'll recover in time, as will the rest of them.

"Hopefully they'll all feel better for Tuesday and we'll have that energy and spark again."

Hardcastle's booking wasn't the only call at Boreham Wood to frustrate Evatt, who said: "It comes to something when me and Luke [Garrard] are both saying to each other 'that's never a foul' whether it's given against my team or his team."