BRIDGWATER Town co-manager Dave Pearse has insisted there will be no complacency from his side when they make the short trip to play Wellington on Saturday.

The Tangerines sit bottom of the table going into the weekend but picked up their first victory of the season last time out, winning 3-0 at Brislington.

Bridgwater, on the other hand, sit fifth after their rollercoaster 6-4 win at Hallen last weekend.

“It is a banana skin for us,” Pearse said.

“In the last couple of years, we have been rubbish down there.

“We drew there last year and were beaten the year before.

“We know it will be tough and we will have to match their work rate.

“They will be on it and put us under a lot of pressure, which we have to be ready for.”

Town will come up against former winger Ian Bellinger, who re-joined Wellington from Bridgwater in the summer, while the visiting side is likely to feature former Tangerines Jake Viney, Tom Ellis, Sam Towler and Jack Taylor.

"I don't think it's such a big factor anymore," Pearse said.

"Maybe in their first year with us it might have been, but those lads have been with us for long enough now that I don't think it comes into it too much."

Mike Duffy and Jake Brown are also available, having proved their fitness in the reserve side in the past fortnight.

In the Somerset County League Premier Divison, Middlezoy Rovers are looking to bounce back after their 29-match unbeaten run was ended last weekend.

Zoy travel to Stockwood Wanderers, while Bridgwater Town Reserves host Winscombe in Division 1.