THE MATCH: Billericay continue their hectic November schedule in the FA Trophy tomorrow, with Isthmian North team Bury Town making the trip to the AGP Arena.

Having left it late to beat Tooting & Mitcham United in the last round, manager Glenn Tamplin will be hopeful of an easier route against a team lower in the pyramid.

Billericay are 22 matches unbeaten in all competitions - and beat Maldon & Tiptree 3-0 in the Velocity Trophy on Wednesday - although Bury Town are also doing well and have lost just two of the last 10 - one of those a penalty shoot-out.

THE INSIGHT: “It is a match we should be winning,” said Tamplin. “I am starting to work out my strongest XI now and I want to win a run of games, not just go unbeaten. We will go out of the FA Cup at some point but we should not be underdogs in any other competition.

“I was really pleased with the win at Maldon (with goals from Dean Inman and Sanchez Watt). I had seven first team players on the bench and to go and do that really impressed me.

“Dean and Sanchez got excellent goals. I also have to look at the goalkeeper. Alan Julian has been excellent but Jack Giddens was incredible against Maldon. I always say people will keep their place is they seize their chance and Jack did that.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Inman is available. Kevin Foley and Jamie O’Hara are injured.