HARRY Wheeler insists Billericay Town will not underestimate Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Billericay recorded their third win of the campaign thanks to a late Jake Robinson penalty against Welling United in midweek.

Hampton, meanwhile, have lost all of their first four encounters of the National League South season, but Wheeler is not taking any notice of tomorrow’s hosts’ form.

“I think the previous results are totally irrelevant,” said the Billericay boss.

“They have a good manager who does his homework and tries to isolate teams.

“I’m not too fussed about what they’ve done so far.

“I’m more bothered about what they’re going to do this weekend.

“It’s a tough place to go but we’re in a good place and looking forward to it.

“We’ll do everything we can to pick up another positive result.”

Billericay will be without the suspended Tambeson Eyong following his red card in the defeat to Chippenham Town last weekend.

However, Gavin Gunning could make his competitive debut after serving a ban he picked up while with Forest Green Rovers.