MANAGER Paul Collicutt insists topsy-turvy results across Southern League Division One South should prevent complacency when Evesham United travel to the ultimate underdogs.

The Robins head to second-bottom Fleet Town on Saturday (3pm), the club that could not raise a team at the start of July having lost their appeal over a league switch.

Management and players quit after the Hampshire outfit was transferred back into the Southern League at the 11th hour, losing an appeal to the FA.

Voluntary relegation was considered but it would have been too late to be accepted into lower leagues, leaving them with the Hobson's choice of staying put or a season without senior football.

They have made a fist of things, though, securing three wins to stay within touching distance of safety and Collicutt is taking nothing for granted.

“Our league was summed up a couple of weeks ago when Barnstaple won at Yate,” he said.

“Everyone seems to be beating everyone at the minute and the team that puts together a bit of a run could really kick on.

“People wrote off Fleet at the start of the season but they have rallied and had a few results here and there.

“We will need the right mindset to come away with the result and it will not be easy, that’s for sure.”

“The first time I went to Fleet, I remember us going there for the first game of the season and was on my way round to the dugout.

“I stopped to shake the hands of a couple of our supporters and by the time I had turned around we were 1-0 down. Let's hope that doesn't happen again.

Archie Haskayne is suspended with Adam Page and Joe Tumelty ruled out by injury. Captain Linden Dovey, pictured, could be in line for a return should he come through training scathed this week.

“I would like to think we will have the bulk of the squad that played on Friday (at Bristol Manor Farm),” added Collicutt.