TROWBRIDGE Town manager Paul King is not concerned about a backlog of fixtures, despite his side having played only one Hellenic League game this year.

The Woodmarsh outfit have had two games postponed this year, including last Saturday’s home match against Cirencester United.

But King said: “It’s not the end of the world. This time last year I know Paul (Shanley, former manager) was struggling to get games in, whereas this year we’re only one or two behind.

“The weather’s supposed to be bad coming up to the weekend, but fingers crossed.”

However King did admit his team were desperate to get out on the pitch after a fortnight’s break.

He said: “Players don’t mind training but it gets to the stage where you just want to play some games.”

The Bees are due to travel to Headington Amateurs tomorrow, one of three teams they have beaten in the league this season.

King said: “Away from home they aren’t as good as they are at home. It’s a hard place to go and get any points.”

Skipper Adam Glover, Ross Pike and Jake Little all have niggling injuries but could recover. Waleed Bakali and Dan Crease are unavailable.