ADAM Fricker admits Bridport should have got something from the reverse fixture with Plymouth Parkway as the Bees prepare to travel to Devon in the Toolstation Western Premier Division on Saturday (3pm).

The Bees lost 2-0 when they hosted Parkway back in mid-November and the Bolitho Park outfit are now second in the table and on a 12-match winning streak in the league.

Fricker said: “They are a very good side, it was one of those games, when we played them earlier on in the season, which we should have got more out of to be perfectly honest.

“It is probably the story of our season for a few games, but they are a very good side. They are in fantastic form and they have got some very experienced players.

“It will be a very tough game for us to go down there when they are in form and looking to push for promotion.”

Bridport had been set to face Wimborne Town in the Dorset Senior Cup semi-final on Tuesday but saw the match again postponed, causing it to be moved to Wimborne for this coming Tuesday.

Fricker admitted it was a nice opportunity to rest the legs, but pointed out that his side are still going to have to play the game.

Fricker said: “It gave us an opportunity to freshen the legs up a little bit but likewise we are still going to have to play the game now down at Wimborne next Tuesday, so the games don’t go away.”

On the injury front, Bridport are light with Luke King unavailable, Chris McGrath is injured with a thigh strain and the club will have to wait and see regarding Ed Butcher.