Mussels – fresh from a first victory in 23 matches at Molesey on Saturday – saw their Bostik League South clash with Thamesmead Town at Middle Road called off because of a waterlogged pitch. Shoreham still find themselves in a heap of trouble this season but took a small step towards what would be a great escape with a 2-1 win over Molesey. Basement boys Mussels moved to within 13 points of place-above Molesey with just a third success from 32 attempts in the league so far.
Coach Matt Drew and playing trio Shawn Lyle, Scott Elgar and Joao Andrade have all been released by Mussels manager Donnelly. Shoreham boss Donnelly felt a change was needed with his side currently 16 points adrift at the bottom of the table. Time is running out for Mussels to mount an unlikely surge for survival this campaign as they have just 15 games left to climb off the bottom. A winless run in the league was stretched to 20 matches with a 6-0 defeat at Hythe Town on Saturday.
Albion boss Chris Hughton confirmed the Dutch forward is fit and available for selection earlier this afternoon. Locadia, whose been out since December, has recovered from the hamstring injury that has kept him out since picking it up in action for former side PSV Eindhoven. Brighton boss Hughton revealed Locadia may now feature in Saturday's crunch Premier League trip to the bet365 Stadium. He said: "Jurgen (Locadia) will be in the squad for Saturday.
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