STOURPORT Swifts will welcome back Jamie Hyde for Saturday’s trip to struggling Dunkirk in the Midlands Premier.

Hyde missed last week’s 2-0 defeat at Loughborough University with a one-match suspension after being sent off against Black Country Rangers.

That’s a boost for the Walshes Meadow outfit, who have not won in the last four games.

Manager Mark Phillips felt his side played well but were caught out twice in Loughborough.

He said: “Apart from 15 minutes before the break, I felt we were in control of the game.

“Unfortunately they scored after an error by us in midfield.

“They caught us out when we were chasing the game late on but there were also a lot of positives.

“I must say the guys down at Loughborough were thoroughly nice and even they couldn’t understand how they won.”

Stourport face a Dunkirk side struggling at the wrong end of the table.

The Nottinghamshire outfit boast the worst defence in the division and are also the second-lowest scorers.

Phillips said: “Dunkirk may be struggling but they gave Stourbridge a tough game in the FA Cup before losing.

“Jamie Hyde returning is also a boost for us.

“We’ve not won for four games but it’s all about margins at the moment, it was the same when we started the season really well, we were winning by one or two goals.”