ADRIAN Foster reckons his Frome Town side are ready to upset the odds once again when they visit promotion-chasers Chesham United tomorrow.
The in-form Robins, who have won five of their last six outings in the Calor League Premier Division, travel to Buckinghamshire looking to claim a major scalp against the league’s second-placed team.
Foster says that Frome, whose home clash with St Neots Town was rained off last weekend, will be drawing on their 1-0 win at runaway league leaders Hemel Hempstead Town last month when they face off against Chesham.
“In the past they were coming to us expecting three points and thinking they’d get the same when we went to them but it’s not like that any more – now they know they’re in for a game,” said the Robins boss.
“I’ve seen what this league has to offer now and I know that my lads are capable of beating anyone, whether they’re from the top of the table or the bottom.
“We’ve gone to Hemel and won and also won at Corby. We’ll be up for it and we’re not worried about going there.” Foster is set to have striker Mark Francis at his disposal after the Swindon Town youngster extended his loan deal at Badgers Hill by a further month.
Defender Jack Vallis also returns to the squad after injury, but striker Ben Thomson is unavailable.
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