WIMBORNE Town boss Tim Sills is asking for the same again from his charges as they head out west once more to take on Bristol Manor Farm (Saturday 3pm).

Magpies returned to action with a professional 2-0 win away at Paulton Rovers on Tuesday night, a victory that lifted Wimborne back to the summit of the Southern League Division One South.

And Sills will be hoping for a similar result and performance in Bristol on Saturday afternoon.

He told the Daily Echo: “It’s always tough there.

“It’s always a place that's hard to go and get a result.

“We went there and played for about an hour with ten men and managed to grind out a draw.

“But they've had some really good results a bit of inconsistency this season.

“We're not expecting it to be to be a carpet - I'm sure it's actually probably one of the better pitches in this league at this stage of the season.

“We know we've got to go and do a similar job to what we did at Paulton Rovers.

“So we'll recover well and make sure that the boys are in the right frame of mind to go and tackle what will be another really tough task.”