HORSHAM players have been told to stick to the plan if they want to taste victory against Hendon this Saturday.
The Hornets are without a Ryman Premier win in 23 outings and are yet to take all three points at home this season.
Manager Hugo Langton said: “We didn’t play well in our last game (a 2-0 defeat at Harrow Borough), but I’ve said to the lads I’m willing to put that behind us if we learn from our mistakes.
“We need to get back to how we played against Lewes, Wealdstone and Lowestoft because if we play like we did against Harrow we’ll get spanked.
“Hendon are a great team with great players who can get into the play-offs or better, but we will have a game plan which my players will have to stick to. When they’ve done what me and Wilko (assistant manager Craig Wilkins) have told them to they’ve played brilliantly, but when they haven’t, like at Harrow we’ve been well beaten.”
French midfielder Williams Peauroux is serving his one-game suspension this weekend after being sent off against Lowestoft.
The match kicks off at 3pm at Gorings Mead. Those who can’t make the game can follow the action as it happens right here with our live updates.