ROCHFORD Hundred will be eager to get back to winning ways when they host Sudbury at Magnolia Road tomorrow.

Rochford have slipped to seventh in the Regional One South East standings after suffering three defeats in succession.

And Hundred’s head coach Danny Cleare is now looking to bounce back against a Sudbury side coached by a familiar face.

“Cameron Greenhall is now coaching them who we know very well,” said Cleare.

“Cam played for us in this league when we last got promoted and was a pivotal part in our team even at such a young age.

“He is a very skilful and intelligent player and I expect he demonstrates the same attributes as a coach, so I am expecting a very well drilled team that plays touchline to touchline with plenty of creativity.”

Rochford head into the game with second from bottom Sudbury having not played for a fortnight.

And Cleare feels that has boosted his players but not his injury list.

“The break has been beneficial in the respect to just switch off and rest the bodies and minds,” said Cleare.

“But in terms of getting players back fit again then unfortunately it hasn’t helped.

“However we are hoping to welcome back Lewis Brunger, Sonny Gay and Ben Thomas who have all been missing recently due to work commitments and we are hoping Rob Gardner is fit again.

“But unfortunately we lose both Chris Dudman and Mitch Fielder to international duty, Harry PK and Craig Strachan to injuries, and Matt Needham to a family holiday.”

Elsewhere, bottom of the table Westcliff are at home to fourth placed Tring.