CONCORD Rangers will be looking for revenge when they travel to Welling United for an intriguing National League South clash tomorrow.

The sides are locked on 38 points, with third-placed Welling and the Beach Boys - who are fourth - only separated by goal difference.

However, Concord suffered a 5-0 defeat in the reverse fixture at the Aspect Arena and player-manager Sammy Moore is eager to demonstrate how far his side has come since that August setback.

Moore said: “It’s going to be a tough test.

“They came to the Aspect Arena and beat us 5-0 earlier in the season.

“I was disappointed with our energy levels and performance that day, so we will be going there with a point to prove.

“It’s going to be a very tough game and we had them watched on Boxing Day, so we’ll know a bit about them going into the match.

“They’re one of the favourites to get promoted, so it’s going to be a tough ask but we’ve got some good players in this team.

“We’re starting to find the level of performance we need week in, week out and we’re finding that consistency.

“We’re unbeaten in five as well, so there is a really good feeling around the club and we will go into the game very confident but weary of the threats they pose.”

Welling condemned the Beach Boys to their first defeat since Moore replaced Adam Flanagan as manager in the summer.

While some sides may have crumbled after such a heavy loss on home soil, Concord have gone from strength to strength and have not been beaten at the Aspect Arena since.

It has been the Beach Boys’ form on the road which has been less impressive.

However, the high-flyers picked up their third National League South away victory of the campaign by overcoming local rivals East Thurrock United on Boxing Day.

And Moore will be hoping for a similarly dominant display at Welling.

“It was a professional performance and we controlled the game from the first couple of minutes right the way through to the end,” added the player-manager.

“I thought that we came out and totally dominated the second half.

“We scored two great goals, while I’m happy that we got back to basics and kept a clean sheet away from home.

“I challenged the boys to keep a clean sheet and win the game. We certainly did that and it was comfortable.”