JACK Giddens has labelled East Thurrock United’s clash with Gloucester City as a ‘must-win’ fixture.

The two sides meet at Rookery Hill tomorrow, with both eager to break out of the National League South relegation zone.

And Giddens, who is positive after John Coventry’s side registered back-to-back draws against Dartford and Concord Rangers, is aiming to secure a fifth win of the campaign.

“We’re a little bit disappointed that we didn’t beat Dartford and Concord because we think we did enough to win those games,” said the goalkeeper.

“But we have to look at it as two games unbeaten and now we have a must-win game against Gloucester City because they’re in the relegation zone as well.

“We’re fully focused on Gloucester because it’s a massive home game.”

Gloucester will make the trip to south Essex after the club parted company with boss Chris Todd yesterday.

A win could see either side climb out of the drop zone.