Steve Jupp, BA11's Club Historian, considers another challenging league fixture at home this weekend.
After a mini break, Frome Town will be looking to enhance their incredible home record on Saturday when New Forest outfit Bashley provide the opposition at Badgers Hill.
Unbeaten in the league on their own patch since last March, a run of sixteen games, in all competitions it's just one defeat in 22 and that was against Torquay United of National League South.
They will need all the confidence that sort of run generates against a Bashley side who have become something of a bogey team of late, defeating the Robins three times last season and also by the odd goal in five at a soggy GlenMex Stadium back in October.
After a seventh place finish last term, the Bash have found the current campaign more of a struggle and their goalless draw at Manor Farm last week extended their winless run to six matches, leaving them 17th in the table.
Their record on the road has yielded one win, six draws and three defeats from ten which would suggest they fall in the 'hard to break down' category.
The Tavistock trauma just over a week ago has cast a bit of a cloud over Badgers Hill ,but it's worth remembering the Robins are still level on points with leaders Wimborne and hopefully that chastening defeat will serve as a timely kick up the rear that galvanises them for the all-important final three months.
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