Footballers keen to continue fine form

Russell Eldridge on the ball for Little Common during their 5-0 victory at home to Storrington on Saturday. Picture by Steve Hunnisett (SUS-140913-171501002)
Russell Eldridge on the ball for Little Common during their 5-0 victory at home to Storrington on Saturday. Picture by Steve Hunnisett (SUS-140913-171501002)
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The footballers of Bexhill United and Little Common will be eager to continue their fine form on home soil tomorrow (Saturday).

Bexhill will begin their home programme in Macron Store Sussex County Football League Division Two against second-placed Worthing United buoyed by three straight wins.

Bexhill manager Marc Munday said: “I’m really looking forward to Saturday against a good opposition who I feel are one of the best sides in the league. But if we do our stuff, I don’t think we’ve got anything to worry about.”

Andy Garman (ankle) is doubtful and Kevin Barden is unavailable, but Linton Rogers is back from suspension. New signing Chris Cumming-Bart isn’t available until next week.

Common will be targeting a fifth successive victory when they welcome second-bottom Midhurst & Easebourne to the Recreation Ground.

Player-manager Russell Eldridge said: “By the end of the month we’ll have had six home games so it’s important we keep picking up those wins.”

Jared Lusted will be sidelined for the foreseeable future with a dislocated shoulder and the cut eye of Paul Feakins will be assessed.