BRIDGWATER Town return to league action tomorrow, and will be full of confidence after a brilliant cup victory on Tuesday night.

The Robins downed Western League title contenders Exmouth Town 3-1 to reach the semi-finals of the Les Phillips Cup, with young Bridgwater & Taunton College player Noah Coppin on fine form.

Bridgwater are seventh in the Premier Division table - five points off the top six - while tomorrow's opponents Odd Down are bottom of the pile.

Their hosts have won just three of 24 league matches this season, and while they have not played Bridgwater in the league yet, they were beaten 5-2 in the Les Phillips Cup at Fairfax Park in October.

The Robins have only lost once in seven matches in all competitions since the turn of the year, picking up four wins.

Tomorrow's match, at the Lew Hill Memorial Ground, is due to start at 3pm.

Somerset County League side Middlezoy Rovers, meanwhile, are on home turf tomorrow.

Zoy - fourth in the Premier Division - welcome 16th-placed Chard Town to the Aerodrome (2.30pm).