THE MATCH: Billericay bid for their eighth straight league win when they welcome second-placed Hendon to the AGP Arena tomorrow.

Town have not played a league match in two weeks, following their exertions in the League Cup and FA Cup.

Although they will be hotly expected to beat Hendon tomorrow, despite the visitors’ impressive start to the season.

Both are tied on 21 points, although Town have played three fewer matches.

Billericay thumped Hungerford Town 6-1 on Tuesday, and will be wanting to maintain their excellent form come tomorrow afternoon.

THE INSIGHT: “For us, it is a case of repetition and keeping the standard high,” said first-team coach Harry Wheeler.

“They are a good side but we are a difficult proposition ourselves, especially at home.

“We want to be relentless and we are treating each game like it will be the hardest game of the season.

"We are not complacent and I know (Hendon manager) Gary McCann well and they always assemble a good side on a low budget.

“We expect to have a good crowd and I am excited for it. The fans have been excellent lately and long may it continue.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Rob Swaine and Josh Urquhart return from suspension, while Dan Walker is available. Olly Sprague, on loan from Billericay at Hendon, is ineligible.