Sutton United boss Paul Doswell has been named Skrill South manager of the month for March - marking an unprecedented third consecutive accolade.

United are unbeaten in 2014, and went through March's eight games with five wins and three draws, leaving them third in the table, five points off second placed Bromley.

They can cut that deficit tonight when they host Boreham Wood at Gander Green Lane (kick off: 7.45pm).

Doswell said: "The manager of the month award is a massive 'well done' to the players and the coaching staff, it is a team effort.

"People like Micky Stephens and Steve McKimm never get the credit they deserve."

Doswell welcomes back Dale Binns from suspension tonight, while Jamie Slabber (groin), Damian Scannell (thigh) and Will Spetch (ankle) will miss out.

However, there is some good news coming out of the treatment room as Marvin Williams' injury ravaged season could end on a happy note as Doswell believes the former Millwall man is just two weeks away from a return.

Admission for tonight, and remaining home league games, has been reduced to £10 for adults, £5 for concessions and £1 for U16s.