FRESH from their comeback win over Wells City in the Les Phillips Cup on Tuesday night, Bridgwater Town return their focus to league matters tomorrow.

The Robins were 1-0 down at half-time, but fought back to take it 3-1 and move into the quarter-finals.

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Bridgwater, who sit fourth in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division standings (one point off third, six off second), make the trip to 20th-placed Odd Down, who are second from bottom in the table.

Looking ahead to that match (ko 3pm), Robins co-manager Dave Pearse said: “They’re struggling [at the bottom] and will be fired up, but we need to get the three points.

“We have a tough December with the games coming up, and we’ve got to look at not losing any of them to stay up there.”

As for Middlezoy Rovers, who are second in the Somerset County League Premier Division, they face a trip to seventh-placed Ilminster Town tomorrow (2pm).