MANAGER Paul Collicutt says Evesham United must reach the heights of their performance at Taunton Town to be a match for promotion-chasing Swindon Supermarine tonight (7.45pm) according to the Worcester News.
Lance Smith’s second-half strike helped the Robins end Taunton’s 15-match unbeaten run with a 1-0 win in Southern League Division One South and West on Saturday.
“The lads came up trumps at Taunton as they worked their socks off and got a deserved win,” he said.
“But the thing now is the lads know the standards we require and when we reach those levels we are a match for anybody in the league.
“Unfortunately this season, there have been too many games where we have been a bit off-colour and we have dropped points because of it.
“Swindon are right up there and are in a good place at the minute, so we have got our work cut out.
“But if we can reach the levels we did on Saturday we will certainly give ourselves a good chance of coming away with something.”
Midfielder Clayton Green has college commitments, while defender Will Wellon and winger Carl Brown are doubts after picking up knocks against Taunton.