HIGHWORTH Town boss Jeff Roberts says he will look to the club’s away form for motivation for this weekend's trip to Abingdon United.

Roberts was left disappointed after his side could only take a point from their midweek clash with Longlevens at home which saw Ash Edenborough, Jason Milhench, and Kieran Gleed score, while Ryan O’Hara was dismissed in the 3-3 draw.

“We always look to go and get a win. I thought we started very slowly and all three goals that we conceded were very sloppy,” he said. “It’s always disappointing when you give away goals like that.”

However, the Worthians manager says the team should be looking for redemption this weekend when they make their way across the border to Oxfordshire.

While Highworth have only dropped five points so far this season, all five of those have come at home.

“It’ll be nice to go on the road again because we do struggle at home, we have won all of our away games,” he added.

“Their pitch should suit us because it is nice and flat and it should have dried out by now as well.

“We seem to do better away, there is no pressure on the boys at the moment.”

Royal Wootton Bassett Town will be full of confidence - they picked up a 4-0 win in their Wiltshire Senior Cup clash with Trowbridge Town on Wednesday night - when they entertain Binfield on Saturday.

Fairford Town will be hoping the weather doesn’t intervene with their schedule after their last two fixtures were postponed.

Jody Bevan will be itching to build on the team’s 3-1 win at Burnham, which was two weeks ago, when they travel to Woodley United at the weekend.

In the Hellenic League Division One West, Shrivenham will hope that they can stretch their unbeaten run to four games when they visit Woodstock Town.

New College will be on the hunt for their third win of the season when they hit the road and play Clanfield 85.