WELLINGTON AFC and Bishops Lydeard go into tomorrow's Good Friday derby matches buoyed by good home wins last time out.

Wellington are 14th in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division table after a 4-2 victory over Bridport, and tomorrow they travel to Bridgwater Town's Fairfax Park (ko 1pm).

Bridgwater are fourth and have not lost a match since December 15.

The Robins also boast a large contingent of ex-Wellington players – though one of them, top scorer Jack Taylor, is suspended for this weekend – but it's the Tangerines who have have enjoyed the best of the recent meetings.

Wellington did the double over their near-neighbours last season, and the reverse fixture finished 1-1 on Boxing Day.

It doesn’t get any easier on Easter Monday (ko 3pm), as the Tangerines travel to second-placed Willand Rovers.

Willand sit a point off the top, with a game in hand on leaders Plymouth Parkway, and they have enjoyed two 2-0 wins over Wellington already this season, in league and cup.

Bishops Lydeard, meanwhile, are 12th in the First Division, and looking to gain revenge over Chard Town tomorrow (ko noon).

Lydeard were 3-1 winners over Sherborne Town last Saturday - their fourth consecutive home victory.

Fifth-placed Chard won 3-2 in the reverse fixture in December, and so Lydeard will be looking to put the record straight away at Zembard Lane.

They then host Bishop Sutton on Easter Monday (ko 3pm).