CHARD Town are back at Zembard Lane tomorrow for the first time in eight weeks, and are involved in a big ‘six-pointer’ at the foot of the Somerset County League Premier Division table as they entertain Clutton (3pm).

The Robins will hope to bounce back from last weekend's 8-0 thrashing at the hands of Nailsea & Tickenham - leaving them 17th (bottom) on seven points - while Clutton are 15th (on nine points) following a remarkable 5-4 win at Westfield last time out.

On the injury front, Dan O’Connor and Tom Howlett remain doubtful, but Chard manager Mark Parris hopes that Chris Atyeo and Ryan Parris will be fit for selection.

It is also hoped that Adam Cole’s international clearance will be through after a spell in Australia.

The Robins are at home again next Wednesday night (December 18, 7.30pm), when Westfield are the visitors.

Ilminster Town, who sit seventh in the Premier Division standings, are also at home tomorrow - with second-placed Middlezoy Rovers the visitors to the Archie Gooch Pavilion (2pm).

The Blues come into the game in good form, having beaten Fry Club and Keynsham Town Reserves in their last two matches.