HARRY Wheeler has urged Billericay Town to rediscover their best form when they visit Tonbridge Angels tonight.

Town will return to top spot in the Isthmian Premier League if they win in Kent.

But a run of four straight league defeats and five losses in six mean victory is far from certain. Angels were beaten at home by Worthing on Saturday but the 11th-placed team had won four on the bounce before that.

And head coach Wheeler is wary, having seen another Town game rained off last weekend.

“I saw pictures of their pitch from Saturday and it looks good but it depends on this weather," said Wheeler. "No inspection is planned at the moment but that can change quickly.

“We very much want to play. The results were good for us at the weekend and we took the positives to come out of what happened. “Teams dropped points in games you’d expect them to win.

“We are down to fourth but we could be top tonight so things can change quickly. We want to be top and look down on the others but that can’t always be the case.

“We were supposed to play Tonbridge on New Year’s Day but it was rained off although their people were working tirelessly to get it on. On their day they are a very good team.

“Teams raise their game against us and we expect them to be as good as they can be. Every game is tough for us at the moment.”

Town trained last night in preparation for the clash, with matches to come on Thursday and Saturday before next Tuesday’s Essex Senior Cup final.

And Wheeler says he needs all Town’s matches to be on, with the possibility of playing a number of games at another ground more and more likely.

“We may have to look at another pitch. A lot of teams might need help at this stage of the season. We have spoken to teams about using their pitch but nothing is official yet.

"We will have to see what happens."