AARON Lee says Purton are expecting the unexpected when they come up against Corsham 2nd this weekend.

Purton only have four wins to their WEPL Wiltshire record so far this year, one of which came against this Saturday’s visitors.

Given the nature of their counterpart’s set-up, Lee says he is never quite sure what to expect from Corsham, especially as their paths have not crossed many times previously.

“We won quite comfortably in the away fixture against them earlier in the season,” said the Purton skipper, who admits his team need to be more consistent if they are to be successful.

“It’s always difficult to know what you’re going to be up against with second teams because, of course, it depends heavily on the first team.

“If they’re missing players in that side, then their better players will obviously go up. Or if they have any players struggling, they could drop into the twos and get a bit of form.

“The problem is, we haven’t really come up against Corsham much over the last few years. It will be interesting, and we just have to see how it comes.

“We know if we play well, we are capable of beating any side in the league. We are also capable of losing to any side in the league, but we definitely have enough talent.

“Consistency has been costing us. In the last two games, we have been handing over 40-plus extras, it’s unacceptable.

“It is what it is. We know what we need to work on and that is me included, we need to try and eliminate that.”

Elsewhere in WEPL Wiltshire, Swindon are hoping they can return to winning ways at the weekend as they play Chippenham away from home.

Their hosts are in good form after suffering one defeat in five matches, while Swindon boast the same recent record as their defeat at the weekend was also their first in five games.

Royal Wootton Bassett come up against league strugglers Marlborough in an attempt to get their first win in four games.

In Prem Two Glos/Wilts, Lechlade travel to Corsham.