THE MATCH: East Thurrock are looking to end a two-month winless run in the National League South when they travel to Bath City tomorrow.

Rocks’ last league win was on September 11, and their form since has suffered a dramatic dip - losing 4-3 to Weston-super-Mare last weekend.

However, an excellent start to the season means they remain in 10th and are potentially a win away from the play-off positions.

Bath are 14th in the division, three points below their Essex opponents, and have also struggled of late. No wins in their last six games, Bath’s last home win was back on September 5.

John Coventry said most of Rocks’ better performances have been on the road, and he will want more of the same in the west country.

THE INSIGHT: “Neither team is in the best form, especially us,” said Coventry. “But we are looking to turn that corner and it is just a little rut. If we win our game in hand it all looks different.

“It is funny how it plays out as we are doing well away and they aren’t doing well at home. But I don’t know how much that means.

“As for last weekend, Weston had a lot of possession without hurting us until Dale Grubb got involved. He scored some good goals although I was disappointed with some of the defending.

“I was also disappointed with some comments made by their managerial team, But I don’t want to go into that.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Lewis Smith could return, as could Reece Harris. Ben Marlow will resume training at the end of the month.