EVESHAM United are travelling down south this weekend to take on top of the table Willand Rovers.

The Robins are making the journey down to Silver Lane, in Willand near Exeter, for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday, September 23.

Willand Rovers currently sit at the top of the table with 12 points, whereas Evesham are one point above the relegation zone in 18th.

Evesham have not won a game since Saturday, August 19 against Tuffley Rovers in the FA Cup Preliminary Round, and will be looking for a successful day away from home.

Since the win against Tuffley, the Robins picked up a draw against Hamworthy United in the league at home on Saturday, August 26, but lost away to Bishops Cleeve 3-0 just two days later.

This was followed by a 3-2 loss away from home to Winchester City on Saturday, September 2 in the FA Cup first qualifying round, and the heartbreaking 8-7 penalty loss to Bashley at home in the Isuzu FA Trophy first qualifying round.

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After the penalty loss, manager Mike Ford said that his side "made the game a mess".

He said: "We created opportunities but had a little spell when we allowed them back into the game. We regrouped and got a nice goal.

"From that minute until the game finished after the penalties, we made the game a mess.

"We did not continue and stopped doing what we had done to get ourselves in the lead. We looked a bit fearful of being in possession."