BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Dulwich Hamlet will aim to halt a run of three successive National League losses when they head to leaders Wealdstone tomorrow.
The South Londoners have picked up four points from a possible 21 and last weekend’s 1-0 loss to Tonbridge Angels means they are just above the bottom three.
Joe Turner’s 86th-minute goal inflicted a ninth home league reverse on Gavin Rose’s side – with a bumper 2,663 crowd turning out at Champion Hill despite their struggles.
Bromley will look to boost their National League play-off prospects at Harrogate Town – a fixture which is live on BT Sport.
The Ravens have lost seven times in a winless eight-game spell but their top-seven hopes are still alive. Ex-Bromley attacker Omar Bugiel scored a 17th-minute winner for Sutton United at Hayes Lane last weekend.
Dan Williams netted Tooting & Mitcham’s equaliser as they drew 1-1 at Westfield on Tuesday in the Isthmian League South Central Division. They go to second-placed Hanwell Town tomorrow.
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