EAST Thurrock United will be looking to bounce back from their first defeat of 2019 when they welcome Dulwich Hamlet to Rookery Hill tomorrow.

Rocks were unbeaten in three National League South fixtures before losing to Bath City last weekend.

East Thurrock, who are 20th in the standings, are four points off moving out of the relegation zone and so a positive result would improve their hopes of ensuring National League South football next term.

Rocks, who have garnered all five of their wins on home soil this season, face an out-of-form Dulwich this weekend.

Dulwich are in 17th place and seven points better off than East Thurrock but have suffered four defeats on the spin.