FRESH off a fruitful Bank Holiday weekend – picking up six points in two days – Taunton Town travel to Harrow Borough tomorrow (Saturday, ko 3pm).

With three straight wins, the Peacocks have picked up some momentum as they head towards a busy September schedule.

Head of football Rob Dray expects to have a full squad at his disposal, and said: “That’s where we want it to be.

“The quality we’ve had sat in the stands [not making the squad] is frightening, but we will need those bodies when we’re playing midweek games through September.”

Dray also hopes to include new signing Nick Grimes in the squad, should the paperwork be completed, although the defender is carrying a slight knock.

Saturday’s opponents Harrow are yet to lose this season, and Dray added: “It’s difficult to judge; they’re unbeaten, but so were Tiverton before we played them.

“They’re a very physical side, it won’t be the most pleasant of games, but we’ve got to deal with it to make sure we come away with a result.”

The Boro had a decent 2018/19 campaign, finishing in seventh spot – six points shy of Poole Town in the final play-off place.

Their meetings with Taunton were poles apart, as they were hammered 7-0 at Wordsworth Drive after having three players sent off in the first half – and conceding a goal to Ed Palmer from inside his own half.

The reverse fixture in March was decided by a Ryan Moss strike, Taunton beaten 1-0 after a 143-mile trip up to the Earlsmead Stadium.

Manager Steve Baker was able to secure much of last season’s squad on contracts, including former Besiktas U19s, Fulham and Luton Town goalkeeper Hafed Al-Droubi, ex-Brentford and QPR midfielder Frank Keita, and ex-Watford and Bradford City winger Michael Bryan – who is also a full international with Northern Ireland (two caps).

Former Bristol Rovers player Kunle Otudeko joined over the summer, and he is joined in the forward department by the excellently named Excellence Muhemba.

Club captain Moss has returned to the fold after compassionate leave earlier in the season.

So far the Boro have beaten Merthyr Town 1-0, won 3-2 at Hayes & Yeading United, drawn 1-1 at Hartley Wintney, and seen off Walton Casuals 2-1.

Anthony O’Connor – who netted 23 times last season – is in fine form, scoring three goals in Harrow’s last three games, while Bryan has two to his name.