THE MATCH: Concord Rangers’ National League South survival bid continues in the south west tomorrow.

The Beach Boys visit Weston-super-Mare hoping for a better return than their last trip to Somerset.

Concord, who have lost only one of their last 16 league encounters, were narrowly beaten 2-1 at Bath City in their last outing.

But, following back-to-back home wins, confidence is high with the 14th-placed Essex outfit knowing victory would see them climb to within two points of their opponents and potentially leapfrog neighbours East Thurrock United in the standings.

Concord have won on each of their last three visits to Weston-super-Mare.

THE INSIGHT: “Weston have one of the best home records in the league this season and more so in the last six to eight games,” said Beach Boys manager Adam Flanagan.

“They will want to get back on track after losing last week against [bottom club] Whitehawk so we expect a very difficult game.

“We have picked up a few knocks from last weekend’s victory [against Oxford City] so we may have to rotate the team. But we have good strength in depth and we are in a confident place at the moment so we know we will offer them a competitive game.

“I still feel the best is yet to come from us as a group and that hopefully the team will show this in the upcoming weeks and for the remainder of the season.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Lewis Taaffe is nearing a return, while Khale da Costa is pushing for a start.