THE MATCH: After a run of six straight draws in the National League South, Concord Rangers would be more than happy with another one tomorrow.

After a run of matches against sides around them in the division, the Beach Boys travel to third-placed Welling United - after a morale-boosting 6-0 win against Wivehoe Town in the Essex Senior Cup on Tuesday.

However, with a slight gap starting to open up between 21st-placed Concord and those above them, manager Adam Flanagan is aware of the need for draws to start becoming victories.

THE INSIGHT: “Getting a win was good and much needed but the players are realistic and know that we will need to produce a superior performance tomorrow against Welling who are one of the in form teams in the division,” said Flanagan.

“We need to start winning games so we can start to bridge the gap that is forming between us and Poole. But, bearing in mind we are going to a team third in the league and in form then a point wouldn’t be a bad return.

“Welling score a lot of goals from crosses into the box and third man runs from midfield so we will need to be aware of these and deal with them on the day.

“For us to maximise the opportunity of winning we need to have lots of final third possession and, once in this area, produce quality whether than be a shot, pass or cross. If we can do that effectively then we will give Welling a stern test.

THE TEAM NEWS: Tom Stephen and Jordan Sanderson are out for the season. Adam Topley is in contention to start.