DAVE Busst insists his Evesham United side won't fear facing runaway leaders Redditch United tomorrow.

The Dr Martens Western Division's top side visit Common Road (3pm) with an impressive record which has seen them lose just twice in the league all season and boosted by one of the largest squads in the division.

Busst admits Rod Brown's side are a good team but is backing his team to make life difficult for them after their 3-2 win at Ilkeston in midweek.

"We don't fear anyone, and we're going into the match with nothing to lose," said Busst. "We know we can create chances and if we can keep a clean-sheet we can get a result.

"Confidence is growing and the way we came back against Ilkeston shows the character and spirit of the players.

"We're not going to adjust our game just because we are playing Redditch. If they are too strong so be it but we'll let them worry about us."

Evesham are undefeated in five but will be without the injured defensive duo Linton Bailey and Steve Hands while Lee Ross is suspended. Inderpaul Khela is also doubtful with a shoulder injury.

Busst is hoping to bring in a former Redditch player, Steve Shaw from Willenhall and is also in talks to bring in young Kidderminster Harriers midfielder Simon Fitter.