Billericay Town, currently ninth in the table, will be hoping to continue their Easter Monday form when they travel to Sutton United in the Ryman League Premier Division tonight (Thursday).

The New Lodge side were in splendid Bank Holiday spirits three days ago when they crushed fellow Essex side Heybridge Swifts, enjoying a great season, 5-1 at home.

It will surprise no-one that star man Joe Baker was the main architect of Swifts' demise - scoring three goals himself and having a hand in both others, which were netted by Gary Henty.

Sutton have had something of a disappointing term in their first season back at Ryman Premier level following relegation from the Nationwide Conference.

However, they have shown signs of recovering something like their best form recently with some good wins to which former Dagenham striker Rob Haworth has contributed a great deal.

With defender Kevin Jordan only just returning to fitness from injury, there are unlikely to be many changes in the visiting line-up tonight.

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