FC CLACTON aim to get back on the victory trail tonight when they welcome Haverhill Rovers to the Rush Green Bowl.

The Seasiders are 12th in the Thurlow Nunn League premier division and have made a strong start to 2019.

Tom Austin's men have won six of their nine fixtures since the turn of the year, drawing one and losing just two.

However, one of those defeats came at title-chasing Woodbridge Town on Saturday, when they lost 4-2.

Clacton will be hoping to set the record straight when Haverhill visit for a rearranged fixture, which kicks off at 7.45pm.

Striker Max Booth is confident his side can return to winning ways and believes a top-ten finish must be the aim.

"With games in hand, there’s no reason why we can’t finish in the top ten," he said.

“There are a lot of talented boys in our squad, in addition to an amazing bond and team spirit.

"It’s about finding that level of consistency, both individually and collectively.

“We’ve also got more strength in depth now, having signed the likes of Billy Wales.

“Hampy (Adam Hampson) and Karl (Andrade) were on the bench the other day and that shows where we’re at in terms of the quality in our squad.”

Elsewhere, there is an eye-catching match in first division south as COGGESHALL UNITED have a home date with BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT RESERVES.

The Weavers are fifth in the table, behind the likes of HALSTEAD TOWN and HARWICH AND PARKESTON.

However, they are still in the promotion race as they have three games in hand on the pair mentioned above and four on leaders Hashtag United and White Ensign.

Both sides will be looking to get back to winning ways tonight.

Coggeshall lost 3-0 at home to Hackney Wick while Regent - who host Harwich on Friday night - went down 2-0 at Wormley Rovers.