With a run of tough BetVictor Southern League games coming up against their promotion rivals, the Peacocks will be aiming to get the month off to a good start when they entertain Harrow Borough tomorrow afternoon (1st February), kick-off 3.00pm.

February looks to be a particularly challenging month for Town who face several fixtures against teams also vying for a place in the Play-Offs so they will be keen to gain maximum points tomorrow and not let the six point gap between themselves and fourth placed Swindon Supermarine become any larger. Harrow come to the Cygnet Health Care Stadium in 16th spot with 30 points from 28 games played, having had an up and down couple of months. Five successive losses from November into December were halted by an upturn in fortunes after Christmas as they bagged three wins and a draw. However their last two matches have both ended in defeat, their latest being a 4-1 setback at home to Hartley Wintney last weekend. The Peacocks drew 1-1 at Earlsmead in the first meeting between the sides in August, Ben Adelsbury putting Town in front before George Moore equalised.

Top scorer Andrew Neal who missed last weekend’s trip to Chesham with a knee injury faces a fitness test tomorrow, but Ollie Chamberlain is in contention after recovering from flu and Bristol City loanee Ryley Towler returns having been temporarily recalled by his parent club last week. Further good news comes in the shape of Shane White also being available following a successful club appeal against his red card at Chesham, meaning there will be no suspension or fines applicable. Head of Football Rob Dray commented:” We are unbeaten in two games, so it is important we now continue this and make home advantage count tomorrow. It’s tightening up now with eight or nine teams all capable, but we have to be careful against Harrow who are an established team at this level. If we do what we are capable of though I am confident of us getting the right result”.