DAVID Oldfield insists Oxford City will not be complacent against basement boys Billericay Town tomorrow.

The Vanarama National League South high-fliers host a side who have gained just five points on the road all season.

Fourth-placed City followed their previous two league defeats with a win, but their manager warned they cannot assume anything this weekend.

Oldfield said: “We never take anything for granted.

“Just because we lost doesn’t mean we’re going to bounce back.

“We need to make sure we’re willing to do the work and get into us the standards, effort and quality we show so often.

“We need to make sure we’re wounded, but nothing more than that and we get back on the horse.”

Banbury United are also looking for a reaction after they went out of the Pitching In Southern League Challenge Cup this week.

The Puritans, who are 16 points clear at the top of Premier Central, host play-off chasing AFC Rushden & Diamonds tomorrow.

In Division 1 Central, North Leigh will aim to cement their top-five status at home to Aylesbury United.

Didcot Town visit Harlow Town, while Kidlington welcome Berkhamsted.

Wantage Town are at home to Biggleswade, while Thame United go to FC Romania on Sunday.