PAGHAM will be looking to make it three wins from three as they look to piece together a late season charge up the SCFL Premier table.
After a poor winter which saw the club suffer from injuries, the Lions have found their feet again in the last week.
First came a 2-1 win against surprise package Lingfield at home, a match which marked striker Scott Murfin’s 300th match for the Nyetimber Lane side.
Murfin played his part in the match, contributing to the victory which was sealed by goals from Howard Neighbour and a last minute strike from Harry Prisk.
Then, Tom Simmonds and Richie Hellen’s side secured a 0-0 draw at Arundel in midweek.
Next up is a return to Nyetimber Lane to face promotion chasing Eastbourne Town tomorrow (3pm).
The visitors have been the division’s in-form side and are just three points behind second-place Newhaven as the race for the top spots hots up.
While Pagham have dropped out of the running and currently sit tenth in the standings, a win over Town could lift Lions up to sixth.