BRIDGWATER Town manager Richard Fey believes his side should have taken at least a point from Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Swindon Supermarine.
Fey was left to rue a number of squandered chances and two defensive errors, as the Robins left The Webbswood Stadium empty handed.
He said: “It's another game we should have got something from - we had plenty of chances but conceded two soft goals. They are third in the league for a reason and took their chances, and we need to be more clinical in front of goal.
“Tuesday we have the local derby against Taunton - they are a big club for this league and should be a lot higher with the experience they have in their side.
“We have a few injuries and are going to have to wrap a few up - but that's expected with the amount of games we're playing.”
Bridgwater Town start a run of five home games against teams in the top six after Tuesday's derby clash with Taunton - and Fey is hoping for a big turnout from the club's supporters in what are likely to be very tough games.
Kick-off is 7.45pm at Fairfax Park on Tuesday night (March 18), as Town host Taunton in a rearranged league clash.