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Dartford boss Tony Burman is hoping for a much-needed win this weekend as they head to Lincoln City

07 February 2013
by Luke Cawdell

Dartford continue their gruelling schedule with a trip to Lincoln this weekend in a bid to end their three-month wait for an away win.

Tony BurmanLife in Blue Square Bet Premier has been hard going recently for the Darts, who lost 5-0 at Mansfield on Saturday.

Last week, Dartford travelled 800 miles for two away fixtures and Lincoln represents another 300-mile round-trip.

With a home game against FA Cup giantkillers and title hopefuls Luton Town to follow on Tuesday, manager Tony Burman (pictured) admits life is not about to get any easier.

He said: "The schedule’s tough because the games we’re playing at the moment are tough games. It’s relentless.

"Lincoln came to our place and they were 4-0 up by half-time. It’s going to be a tough game but we need to start picking up points from somewhere.

"If you look at the games coming up, you think ‘where are the points going to come from?'"

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