BRIDPORT manager Adam Fricker is looking to push on after beating Chard Town in the Les Phillips at the weekend when they face Cadbury Heath at St Mary’s Field tonight in the Toolstation Western Premier Division (7.45pm).

Bridport will be looking to arrest a run of form that has seen them lose their last four league matches while also facing numerous postponements in the league.

There was good news for the side as a 14th minute goal from Mark Salter on Saturday saw them beat Chard Town 1-0 and progress to the quarter-finals of the Les Phillips Cup.

Fricker is hoping to take momentum from that win to push forward in the league.

Fricker said: “We need to go ahead straight now and get three points tonight, that is the most important thing and start getting some points back on the board in the league for us and start trying to push ourselves back up the table.

When asked if there were any particular expectations, Fricker said: “The only expectation for

us is that we need to continue

doing what we are doing and go out and get three points, the

lads know our expectations and they know what is expected of them.

Commenting on the difficult run of form that his side have endured in the league, boss Fricker said: “Obviously the results have not been great for us in the last few weeks but the performances in those games have been but we knew the results would come.

Fortunately Bridport have no fresh injury concerns as Fricker explains: “Everyone has a clean bill of health we still have Leigh Bailey and Braeden Symes suspended but other than that we are all clear.”

Bridport have already contested three fixtures against the Heathens this season and are unbeaten, winning two.

Most notable of those victories was a 3-2 win after extra-time in an FA Cup second qualifying round replay.

The Bees had earlier drawn 2-2 at home against Heath, and also beat them 4-1 away on the opening day of the season.