Dulwich Hamlet dropped into the National League South bottom three after a 2-1 loss at leaders Wealdstone last weekend.
Gavin Rose’s side are at home to Hemel Hempstead Town tomorrow. The South Londoners have won one of their last 10 fixtures.
It is four straight reverses for the Champion Hill outfit. Jeffrey Monakana’s penalty had put them ahead at Grosvenor Vale on Saturday but a quickfire second-half double from Michele Efete and Herschel Watt turned the contest around.
Bromley ended a sequence of three losses in a row as they drew 1-1 at Harrogate Town last weekend – but Neil Smith’s side are still without a three-point haul since New Year’s Day.
Tooting & Mitcham United boosted their Isthmian League South Central Division play-off prospects with a 5-2 success at Hanwell Town.
Dan Williams, Daryl Coleman, Danny Bassett, Dan Williams and Kladji Cani netted. The Terrors host fifth-placed Westfield tomorrow.
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