BRIDGWATER Town travel to Brislington on Saturday looking to complete the league double over their hosts.

Jack Taylor scored five goals as the Robins thumped their Bristol-based opponents 6-0 back in August, and Brislington go into this weekend's rematch in 16th with 13 points from as many games.

Bridgwater, on the other hand, are in second with easily the best goal difference (+31) in the division.

Town player-manager Dave Pearse said: "It is the first time we will travel to a side we have beaten comfortably earlier in the season, so I'm sure they will want to put in a better showing.

"It was similar last week against Chipping Sodbury [Town won 4-0 at Fairfax Park having won 8-0 in the reverse fixture] and there was no complacency from our boys.

"I think the draw the week before [Town let a 4-1 lead slip to draw 4-4 at home to Roman Glass St George] came from complacency, but last Saturday we turned up with the right attitude and knew what we had to do. Hopefully it will be the same at Brislington."

Elsewhere, second visits third in the Somerset County League Division 1 as Bridgwater Town Reserves travel to Winscombe.