JOE Kizzi believes Billericay Town's supporters have a big role to play as they look to cement a place in the National League South play-off places.

Billericay are without a win in six outings, but came agonisingly close to ending the poor run of form at Dulwich Hamlet last weekend.

A last-gasp own goal from Lloyd Doyley allowed Dulwich to snatch a 2-2 draw and Kizzi is eager to return to winning ways when Hampton & Richmond Borough visit the AGP Arena tomorrow.

Kizzi said: "Our recent run of results and performances haven't matched the high standards we have as a group of players.

"Our last outing at Dulwich was better. Irrespective of the end result, the work rate and quality were both there and they're good things which we will build on going into our last five games of the season.

"The fans have been unreal all year, through the ups and downs, and we need them now more than ever to help push us on and over the last few hurdles this season has remaining."