BURNHAM United go into tomorrow's game buoyed by the confidence from a comeback win last weekend.

United fought back from 2-1 down with 10 men to beat Winscombe 3-2 and pick up three precious points in their battle against Somerset County League Division 1 relegation.

It leaves them four points clear of the bottom two, as they travel to Nailsea & Tickenham Reserves (who sit three places above them in the table) tomorrow, for a 3pm kick-off.

Burnham United Reserves, 11th in Division 3 of the County League, are at home to Yatton & Cleeve United Reserves tomorrow (ko 3pm).

In the Weston-super-Mare & District League, Division 1's bottom side Wedmore face a very tough test, away to table-topping Portishead Town A (ko 3pm).

Burnham United A are in cup action tomorrow, away to Hutton Reserves in the semi-finals of the Bob Keyes Cup (ko 2.45pm).

Division 4 title hopefuls Huntspill Crowns are without a game, as are Burnham United A, but Wedmore Reserves entertain Wrington Redhill A (ko 3pm).

Sunday brings Burnham United Ladies' final league game of the season, away to Ilminster Town Reserves (ko noon).

The match sees Burnham – sixth in Division 1 of the Somerset Women's League – travel to eighth-placed Ilminster, with a win potentially taking them into fourth.

Isle of Wedmore Ladies, meanwhile, are away to Pen Mill Reserves in the Dawn Prior Memorial Trophy (ko 1.30pm).