The Peacocks’ six game unbeaten run in the Evo-Stik League will be put severely to the test when they travel to Bristol Manor Farm tomorrow evening (28th November), kick-off 7.45pm.

With only one defeat in their last 16 matches in all competitions and that with a weakened team, Town are in a rich vein of form at present, highlighted by their Buildbase FA Trophy win over Concord Rangers on Saturday, a side from two divisions higher. Town hold a three point lead over second placed Bideford with two games in hand, with a further point and extra game advantage over Manor Farm who have enjoyed an impressive first season to date in the Evo-Stik League after winning the Western League title by a ten point margin last term. Since going down by the only goal at Swindon Supermarine at the beginning of the month, they have strung together a run of four unbeaten games including three draws, most recently gaining a noteworthy point at Salisbury at the weekend. They are also the West Division’s joint top scorers along with Salisbury, netting 42 times in their 17 fixtures.

Town have the same squad on duty as Saturday with the addition of Ryan Brett who returns after serving his one game suspension for five bookings.

Manager Leigh Robinson said: “It’s an important game tomorrow night and a test that we’re looking forward to. Manor Farm have had a great start, a good result on Saturday and certainly haven’t struggled for goals in this division so we know what we’ll be up against. On the whole the league results on Saturday weren’t bad for us even though we didn’t play so hopefully we can capitalise on that this week.”