LOOKING AHEAD: Heading into the fifth match of the season, the pressure is growing on East Thurrock United to get some points on the board.

Rocks are without a point after defeats in each of their opening four matches of term.

And a match against Gloucester City tomorrow could represent one of their best opportunities to change that.

East Thurrock can consider themselves unfortunate to sit bottom after last minute goals cost them against Woking and Dulwich Hamlet.

Gloucester’s only win so far this term was a 1-0 win against Oxford City.

Manager John Coventry has made changes to his team in the early weeks of the season, but he will need a settled team before long.

MANAGER’S VIEW: “The first half against Eastbourne didn’t make me too happy but we did well in the second half,” said Coventry. “After that it felt like we had won a game as we performed well minus a cutting edge.

“This game is not a six pointer. It is not important we beat Gloucester but it is important we stop this losing run. This time last year we went on a 14 game unbeaten run and I didn’t care who we played next. Momentum is important.”

TEAM NEWS: Paul Konchesky is carrying a slight knock.