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Tonbridge boss Tommy Warrilow wants consistency as up-and-down Angels prepare to take on fellow Skrill South strugglers Boreham Wood

28 February 2014

Angels boss Tommy Warrilow Picture Gary Browne

Tommy Warrilow

Tonbridge boss Tommy Warrilow would love a favour returned when his struggling side make the trip to Boreham Wood on Saturday, writes Richard Harvey.

Boreham Wood won 2-0 at Tonbridge on the opening day of the Skrill South season and this weekend's match is a must-win game for Warrilow’s side – they all are now if they are to play their way out of the relegation dogfight they find themselves in.

A disappointing 2-1 loss to fellow strugglers Dorchester at Longmead last week has Tonbridge third from bottom. Boreham Wood are finding it just as tough, too. They are two places but just one point above Tonbridge.

They showed plenty of fighting spirit last time out, losing 2-1 at leaders Bromley, but Warrilow is not worried about Boreham’s plight as he’s focused on getting the result his side need to start the climb out of the bottom three.

He said: “We were flat against Dorchester and that was hard to work out why after our superb win against second-placed Eastleigh.

“We have done it (won) against the top sides this season but we struggle against those around us. It’s annoying. If I knew how to address it, believe me I would but I just can’t put my finger on it.

“There is no lack of confidence in the lads but we need to get it right and find some consistency in our game."

Midfielder Lee Browning is in contention to play after his return from suspension.

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