EVESHAM United manager Paul West is looking for his side to bounce back at Swindon Supermarine tomorrow (3pm) following their last-gasp defeat to Leamington.

An injury-time winner from ex-Cheltenham striker Luke Corbett condemned the Robins to a 1-0 defeat last Saturday, but West is keen for his side not to let the season fizzle out.

“Mathematically, we are not out of the woods yet,” he stressed. “It was a disappointing result against Leamington and our quality wasn’t the best.

“But we have a chance to respond tomorrow and that is what I’ll be looking for.”

The Robins have strengthened by signing former West Bromwich Albion youngster Jamal Clarke. The 18-year-old powerhouse defender, released by Coventry City at the age of 13, missed most of last season with a knee injury after breaking into the Baggies’ reserve team the previous campaign.

Evesham are likely to be without striker Leo Brown (neck) and defender Andy Jones (hamstring) for the trip to Hunts Corpse, while midfielder Samuel Mensah begins a two-match ban.

West hopes midfielder Calvin Dinsley (shin) will be fit enough to return.

“We have had a few niggles from the Brackley match a couple of weeks ago and it is catching up with the players now,” West added.

“Leo and Andy are struggling but we well have a good look at them before making a decision.”