CONCORD Rangers will be looking bounce back from their first defeat of the National League South season when they visit Dulwich Hamlet tomorrow.

The Beach Boys were consigned to a 1-0 reverse at Tonbridge Angels in midweek, bringing a run of three consecutive victories to an end.

And Danny Scopes has challenged his Concord outfit to silence the raucous Dulwich crowd by returning to winning ways.

The Beach Boys’ boss said: “We need to put in maximum effort and do the basics better than we did at Tonbridge.

“We offer plenty of threats going forward, but we need to make sure we do the fundamentals first.

“I’m confident that we can cause Dulwich problems but we won’t come away with any points if we don’t improve on our performance at Tonbridge.

“This will be our fourth game in the space of 14 days, but then we have a break until next weekend.

“The break will be well deserved because we have done well so far.

“There would be nothing better than getting a win in front of a big crowd at Dulwich.”

Like Concord, Dulwich have registered three wins this term.