Daisy Hill will be hoping to end their poor run of recent results when they travel to face Bacup Borough tomorrow in the North West Counties League First Division North.

The away trip offers Daisy the chance for some revenge after Bacup visited the Plumb Factory Stadium for back-to-back games in early October, in the league and in the Edward Case Cup, and emerged with a single-goal win from both games that were closely fought to the final whistle.

With wet weather arriving during the week and light rain forecast for Saturday across East Lancashire, the conditions at the Brian Boys West View Stadium are destined to be challenging.

But Daisy’s assistant manager, Tom Brown, insists the squad are well prepared for what to expect.

“We know the pitch and it’s likely to be heavy, but we have a game plan and we will approach the game in the same manner as we always do,” said Brown.

“We obviously know Bacup, having played them recently, so we know what they are about.

“For us, it’s about making sure we make good decisions on the pitch. We know we maybe can’t play exactly how we would like on the day, so it’s going to be about mixing it up.

“In a lot of the recent games, it’s just been fine details that have cost us, but it’s only us that can change our luck.

“We are in a poor run at the minute and October has been a bit of a write off, so we just have to try and bounce back and go for it on Saturday.”