WATCHET Town will be looking to maintain their improved form when they play at home to Westfield in the first division of the Uhlsport Somerset County Football League this afternoon (Sat, 2p.m.)

Watchet gained a fine 4-2 away victory over Saltford last Saturday, denying them second spot in the table, and club spokesman Nick Sully said: "We played very well.

"It was good team performance especially after going a goal down. I think it is very tight in this division - anyone is capable of beating anyone. At the moment our main concern is to get some consistency.

"It would be nice to field a settled side but we never know this until late in the week. But last Saturday's victory should give us confidence going into the game against Westfield."

Watchet have moved up to seventh in the table and are only five points behind the leaders Burnham United with two games in hand. Watchet beat Burnham 3-0 away earlier this season.

Having made a good start to the season, Minehead have hit a lean spell and have lost their last four matches.

They also play at home in the first division tomorrow with Ashcott being the visitors. Minehead are only one point behind their opponents, having played one more game.

Meanwhile, Porlock will be looking to bounce back after their 2-0 away defeat by Minehead Reserves when they play at home to Stogursey in the Premier Division of the Taunton Saturday League today at The Rec (2.30). Stogursey are only one point behind the West Somerset side with a game in hand.