TABLE-TOPPING Lyme Regis are looking to return to winning ways with a trip away to third-placed University of Exeter Seconds on Saturday.

Lyme currently lie five points ahead of Exeter in third who have two games in hand.

Due to the bad weather, the Seasiders saw their home derby match against Sidmouth Town on Saturday postponed.

The Seasiders have won five of eight games so far but haven’t won since their 5-2 away win at Bickleigh on September 30.

On that occasion, Lyme left it late to score three goals in quick succession.

Declan Ellis and Keiren White moved the Seasiders into a 2-1 lead before Bickleigh levelled on the hour mark.

But Lyme sealed the win with a quick-fire double from Sam Pollard-Jones, who was carrying an ankle knock, and a Kieren Daniels strike.

Since then they have lost away to Wellington 4-3 while in the game prior to that they drew 3-3 at home to Lapford.

Their opponents meanwhile, have yet to draw a match, winning four and losing two.

They won their last two games against Chagford and Bickleigh scoring 11 and conceding four but before that lost two consecutive games away from home.

Robin Townsend’s men are set to play Saturday’s opponents twice in two weeks. After a one-week break the reverse fixture takes place on Saturday, November 11 at Davey Fort.