The Bluebells bounced back from our first defeat of the season a couple of weeks ago with a 1-0 victory away at Winchester, and will go into tomorrow's game with the expectation of going on another long stretch of games without being beaten.
Polly and players expect a very stern test tomorrow, with Cirencester the visitors. A team who pass the ball very well and are one of the teams expected to be near the promotion spots come the end of the season.
Cirencester have had two consecutive draws, with AFC Totton and Slimbridge and the latter in which they came from behind 3 times to secure a point.
We fully anticipate a stern test tomorrow against a very strong Cirencester Town squad. Our opponents will be in the mix at the end of the campaign and if we have similar ambitions, we must embrace these challenges. We used our fair share of our luck last weekend, so it is important we perform to the standard we have set to compete in this game.
Our supporters have been fantastic, home and away and hopefully they will be out in force again to back us.
George King has rejoined the club from Larkhall Athletic. We are hoping the paperwork will be completed in time for him to be involved tomorrow.
Josh Ford is available
Top goal scorer David Sims-Burgess is really close to fitness and could be involved tomorrow.
Updated 16:10 - 23 Nov 2018 by Sebastian Parker