DANNY Scopes is facing a selection headache ahead of Concord Rangers’ trip to table-topping Wealdstone tomorrow.

The likes of Aron Pollock, James Blanchfield and Chris Haigh have been playing through the pain barrier in recent weeks.

And Scopes is in two minds as to whether to include the trio in his starting line-up for this weekend’s National League South encounter.

“We have a few walking wounded,” said Beach Boys boss Scopes.

“Aron has a tight hamstring and, although he has managed that for us and continued playing, we don’t want it to get any worse.

“James went down on his ankle a few weeks ago and has been playing through the pain barrier.

“Chris has a sore side as well, but he should be recovered in time to play this weekend.

“We are waiting to hear back from Southend United about scan results because Tom Clifford has a heal problem.

“But we have good options and we need to be sensible as to what we do.”

Wealdstone, who are managed by ex-Billericay Town boss Dean Brennan, are at the division’s summit.

And Scopes feels 13th-placed Concord head to Grosvenor Vale under no pressure.

“Wealdstone have made a really good start to the season and have some great footballers in their team,” added Scopes.

“It’s always a difficult place to go because it is a hostile crowd there and it can get to you, so I will talk to the players about that.

“We have to disrupt them and no-one expects us to beat them because of the position they are in, so there is no pressure on us.”