Yellow cards ensured A&C ‘played into Tring’s hands’
home clash with Chelmsford all the more crucial and Williams is expecting a far tougher encounter than the 59-10 romp over in Essex in early November.
“Chelmsford had a guy sent off early in that game, so this will be a different match,” he added.
“They also had injuries to key players at that stage, where now those people are playing week in week out.
“They have a very experienced set of forwards, many of whom played for Southend in National South early in their careers, and they need points for different reasons because they are down towards the bottom.
“So we have got to put in a performance and we know if we do that we are good enough to beat anyone.”
Meanwhile, Beaconsfield’s own promotion hopes were dealt a blow when they lost 15-10 at Buckingham and slipped to fourth in Southern Counties North.
They host Drifters, who are still not safe from relegation following a 50-0 mauling at Aylesbury, in a derby battle on Saturday.
Andy Fluker had a poor kicking day for
Amersham & Chiltern at Tring