EAST Thurrock United will be eager to extend their unbeaten run to five matches in all competitions when they visit Bath City tomorrow.

Rocks, who won the reverse fixture thanks to a late own goal, go into the National League South clash having picked up wins against Bowers & Pitsea and Gloucester City following draws with Concord Rangers and Dartford.

But East Thurrock are yet to win on the road and goalkeeper Jack Giddens is expecting a tough test.

Giddens said: “Bath will be wanting revenge after we beat them 1-0 with a lucky own goal earlier in the season.

“They’ve got a lot of fans and we know it’s a difficult place to go to and pick up a result.

“But we’re in good form at the moment and it would be great to extend the run we’re on.”