Thame United boss Mark West is gunning for revenge at home to Division 1 North rivals East Thurrock.

Mark WestWhen the teams met on the first day of the season, East Thurrock won 3-1, and West was unhappy with their 'over-physical' approach.

"We owe them one. Even when we were 3-0 down we still had the chances to win.

"We have got to be up for it physically and compete with them. Then we can hopefully exploit them with our pace."

West's side ended a run of four straight defeats with a point in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at form side Hemel Hempstead.

Midfielder Nando Perna (back) and centre back Andy Williams (hamstring) are both doubtful, though Ben Freeman should recover from a leg infection.