DANNY Scopes has warned his Concord Rangers players to expect a hostile atmosphere tonight.

The Beach Boys, who are the early frontrunners in the National League South after triumphing in each of their opening three fixtures, will make the trip to Tonbridge Angels.

Tonbridge are yet to pick up a point this term, but Scopes is aware that his side cannot afford to be complacent.

“Tonbridge is a difficult place to go and it can be hostile there,” said Scopes, who took charge of Concord in May.

“They will be desperate to record their first win of the season and they will probably throw the kitchen sink at us.

“Having lost their opening three matches of the season, they will feel as though they are already playing catch up.

“And, with us winning our first three games, they will want to beat us.

“But it’s up to us to hit the same levels as we have been so far.

“We’re under no illusions as to how difficult it will be for us to make it four wins on the trot, but that is our aim.

“We have dusted ourselves down after beating Slough Town at the weekend and we will see where it takes us.”

Decarrey Sheriff has scored four goals in his last two outings, having grabbed both goals in each of the 2-1 victories over Chelmsford City and Slough.

While Sheriff is likely to lead the line for the Beach Boys once again at Tonbridge, Scopes is pleased with the strength of his options.

Scopes added: “The boys are fit and we worked well in pre-season.

“While a lot of clubs choose to go down a different route, we did a lot of work with the ball in pre-season and weren’t running all the time.

“The games are coming thick and fast, so it’s important that we have a strong squad.

“I feel as though we have that and there are also a few young lads who I would expect to be fit when called upon.

“It’s important that every single member of the squad plays their part and they are at the moment.

“In every game so far, the substitutes have come on and done well.

“It’s nice to have that back-up plan if needed and it bodes well going forward.”