CONCORD Rangers manager Adam Flanagan believes the pressure is all on Truro City ahead of tonight’s National League South clash.

The Beach Boys make the long journey to the south west after two postponements caused controversy.

The first match was postponed at the start of January due to a waterlogged pitch, with Concord only notified of the cancellation when they had reached Exeter - more than 200 miles into their journey.

The re-arranged clash was set to be played at the end of February but Concord chose not to travel to Truro as snow and freezing temperatures swept the country.

But Flanagan is focusing on the football, as his side attempt to follow up an excellent win against high-flying Hampton & Richmond Borough.

“We still have opportunities in the games we have left to add to our win tally,” said Flanagan. “This is going to be a difficult game because of what Truro are doing and the journey involved but we go there following an excellent win and the pressure will be on them.

“They are at home against a team lower in the division. We will be hard to beat and we will give any team a good game.

“We have drawn with Dartford and Havant & Waterlooville and beaten Hampton so we know we can take points off the top teams. We don’t fear them and we will pick up more points along the way.

“The main thing is to achieve safety and we hope for more points in this game.”

East Thurrock United's match at Havant & Waterlooville has been postponed.