BRIDPORT boss Adam Fricker is aiming to topple league leaders Street when the two sides meet for the third time this season in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division tomorrow (1pm).

Fricker’s men travel to the Cobblers having knocked the Somerset side out of the FA Cup at the preliminary round stage, before the runaway leaders defeated the Bees 3-2 in February.

But Street could notch their 20th victory in succession, since a 7-1 defeat to rivals Willand Rovers in October, with three points.

Fricker said: “I don’t think there’s an expectation from people on the outside looking in for us to get something. But there’s an expectation for us within the club to get something out of the game because we’ve already done it once this season.

“They’ll know that we will give them a good game, likewise we know that we’re going to have to be at our best. They’re a very good side with a massive threat going forward.”

Bridport moved into eighth in the standings by beating Bridgwater Town 1-0 on Monday night, and Fricker is eyeing at least a top-seven position by the season’s end.

“Short-term our aim is to catch Cribbs. Long-term with beating Bridgwater it means we’re nine points away from them with four games in hand.

“Top seven would be nice but for us we have got a lot of games to play. It’s going to take its toll because next week we’re playing four games in eight days,” he said.

Bridport’s ex-Street left-back Lee Sweet and fellow defender Chris McGrath both miss out via unavailability.