BOSS Matty Holmes said Wimborne would tomorrow head to Taunton "full of heart" as they looked to spring a surprise against the runaway Southern League West leaders.

The Peacocks are currently 12 points clear at the summit having suffered just one league defeat all season – at home to Yate at the end of September.

Eighth-placed Wimborne will put on the line their three-match unbeaten run at the Viridor Stadium as they bid to become the first team to lower Taunton's colours in 19 games (7.45pm).

Holmes told the Daily Echo: "They are a quality side and you can see that from watching clips of them.

"They have been getting one positive result after another and are looking like being champions.

"It is going to be tough but we are confident in what we are trying to do this season.

"We have to stay organised, be competitive and try to play our football when we can. You never know, a surprise might happen.

"We are going there full of heart on the back of Saturday’s win at Larkhall.

"We have played well in our past three games. We are back on another run and want to keep it going but know it will be very tough."