Blues will look to continue to move up the Bostik Premier table and extend their winning run to five games when they host Burgess Hill Town, on Saturday.
The game will be a tribute to BSFC Vice Chairman John Turner who died last week, with the club’s youth section expected to swell the gate as Blues remember the man who had been a key member of the club’s management for the past two decades.
The Hillians will arrive at the home of football having been hammered 8-0 at Bognor Regis Town no Tuesday and are bottom of the able with just three points from nine games without a first league win this season.
They did record a surprise 1-0 win against Folkestone Invicta in the FA Cup before going down 3-0 at Vanarama South side Hampton & Richmond.
Hill will be another new opponent for the Blue Brazil, and the Sussex side were only been saved from the drop by the reorganisation of non-league football and only avoiding relegation on goal difference.
They did progress in the FA Cup with wins against Colney Heath (after a replay) and National League South Wealdstone before losing against Dartford. They also defeated Aveley in the FA Trophy before going out against Hendon. Crowds at Leylands Park held up well despite a difficult third season at step 3 level dropping by just six percent to 328.