BRIDPORT assistant-manager Paddy Behan says the Bees will travel to Clevedon Town tonight for their Les Phillips Cup first round clash with confidence after recording two wins on the bounce for the first time this season (7.45pm).

The Bees had been on a run of one win in five matches prior to consecutive 3-1 wins at home.

“We will be confident going up there, especially after winning two games.

“We had two good games against them last season, they beat us at their place and we beat them at our place but there was not much between us.”

Referring to Clevedon, Behan added: “They have lost their last couple and we have won our last couple.

“They are a decent side, they have got a lot of lads that have played together for quite a while. I think they are quite a young team scattered with a few old heads.”

Discussing their previous rough run of form, Behan said: “Myself and Fricks (Adam Fricker) were not overly concerned.

“I know the Falmouth result (6-0 defeat in the FA Vase first round) but I think that was a bit of a freak result, to be fair.

“We just have not scored as many goals in the league this season, especially with the chances that we have created.

“The last couple of games have been a bit better, we played very well on Saturday considering the conditions, the wind was very very bad.

“We played three at the back on Saturday and we have done it a couple of times this season and it suits us with the players that we have got available. We looked solid.”

The Bees are missing Richard Hebditch and could rest Louis Rutter.