With two defeats from the last three games on the road, the Peacocks travel to Cuthbury to face in form Wimborne Town tomorrow afternoon (26 Jan), 3pm.

It promises to be a stern test for Rob Dray and his team as the resurgent Magpies have avoided defeat on home soil for seven matches, a run that goes back to September 2018 and has seen them raise up the league standings to 12th.

Town will want to address their away form if they are to continue leading the way at the top of the table and know victory over the Magpies could see their 6 point lead extended if the chasing pack drop points.

The Peacocks ran out with a comfortable 4-2 victory last time the two sides went head to head back in November and if previous meetings are anything to go by, both sets of supporters should expect a well contested match with plenty of goals.

Rob Dray names a full squad for the trip to Dorset with the exception of Douglas Camilo who has joined Bishops Lydeard on a short-term loan to build up his playing time.

Dray said, “Wimborne is always a difficult place to go but if we want to maintain what we are doing we have to get a result. Our away form has been pretty patchy of late so we know what we have to do, especially with Salisbury and Weymouth both playing each other.”

Dan Sullivan put the Peacocks 2-1 ahead the last time the two sides met on Remembrance Day.

Matchday information

Ground: The Koolpak Stadium, Cuthbury, Cowgrove Road, Wimborne BH21 4EL

Admission: Adults £10, Concessions £6, U18’s £2.