Published: 17:00, 17 October 2020
| Updated: 18:50, 17 October 2020
Dartford claimed a second successive 1-0 home win to remain unbeaten in National League South on Saturday.
The Darts are yet to concede a goal in the league this season and were always in control against a Bath side who never really got going until the closing stages at Princes Park.
Darts made one change from last week's bore draw at Hampton as Jack Jebb came in for Ky Marsh-Brown.
Dartford immediately took the game to Bath, their front five all getting on the ball and asking questions of the visiting defence.
Right-back Jazzi Barnum-Bobb provided the width down the right, getting decent balls into the box on more than one occasion.
An early handball shout was turned down by referee Paul Johnson while Ronnie Vint headed wide at the near post and Jack Barham curled a shot just past the angle.
Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong had the freedom to come inside from the left and he found a pocket of space on 20 minutes but curled his 25-yard shot wide from distance.
Darts were lacking quality into the penalty area from wide at times and they had too many attempts off target, not really calling Bath keeper Ryan Clarke into serious action. On another day, they could have easily been 3-0 up by the break.
Barham and Elliott Romain both screwed shots wide from inside the box while at the other end Bath hardly had an attack worthy of the name - two dangerous crosses into the box by Callum Evans was their only threat.
There was a 35-minute delay to the start of the second half after assistant referee Michael Marsh was unable to continue due to injury.
It took Dartford seven minutes after the restart to find a breakthrough.
Craig Braham-Barrett's cross from the left was flapped at by Clarke and, when Darts kept the ball alive, Husin drilled his shot home from the edge of the box.
It took Bath over an hour to have an effort at goal but Jack Batten's volley went harmlessly wide.
Barham fired over for Darts before the home side almost handed Bath an equaliser that never looked like coming.
Keeper Craig King took his time over a backpass and played the ball straight to Tom Smith. However, the Bath midfielder decided not to aim first time for an open goal and the offside flag quickly came to King's rescue.
The offside flag correctly ruled out Tommy Conway's 89th-minute close-range finish but Darts, for all their dominance, were indebted to an excellent block in stoppage time from the impressive Jordan Wynter, who threw himself into the path of Conway's shot.
Dartford: King, Barnum-Bobb, Braham-Barrett, Wynter, Vint, Bonner, Husin, Berkeley-Agyepong, Barham (Marsh-Brown 81mins), Romain (Sheringham 79mins), Jebb (Ijaha 71mins). Subs not used: Essam, McCallum.
Bath: Clarke, Smith (James 81mins), Batten (Grant 73mins), Ball, Evans, Harley, Conway, Pope, Leak, Hinds, Tomlinson (Richards 73mins). Subs not used: Henry, Watts.