The fixture comes after the Reds’ derby win on Saturday which saw them win by two goals to one against rivals Lewes at The Dripping Pan:
Callum Kealy put Worthing a goal up in the 32nd minute, before an own goal from Aarran Racine six minutes later took the sides into the break level.
With the game looking as though it would end in a tie, a wonder strike from Jesse Starkey twelve minutes from time was enough for Worthing to snatch all three points in front of 2,300 spectators.
Meanwhile, hosts East Thurrock currently lie in 21st place seven points adrift of safety, and were most recently brushed aside 3-0 by Enfield Town.
The two sides met in the reverse fixture earlier this season back in September in an enthralling match at the Crucial Environmental Stadium:
The Rocks took the lead in the 15th minute through Johnny Ashman, but Ollie Pearce levelled the scoring 16 minutes later.
His response was met by a wonderstrike by Paulius Ditkevicius in the 41st minute, but a goal from former Red Alfie Young took Worthing into the break level at 2-2.
Aarran Racine’s header in the 54th minute gave Worthing the lead in the game for the first and last time, as East Thurrock failed to respond to give the Reds a 3-2 victory.
ADMISSION PRICES Please note: CASH ONLY at the turnstiles
Adults – £12
Concessions (OAP & Students) – £8
Under 16s – £3
Under 12s – Free
East Thurrock United Football Club
Directions from M25 Junction 30.
Take a13 towards Tilbury.
Exit A13 at Stanford-le-Hope exit (A1014), (this is just after the BP garage).
Take third exit at roundabout over A13 to join A1014.
Follow A1014 for approx half a mile.
Stay in left lane as you approach next roundabout (London Gateway Port roundabout), to stay on A1014
After another mile, go straight through traffic lights.
Take next left into Rookery Hill, ground entrance is on your left.
Please note there is limited parking available at the ground so please arrive early if you need to park in the ground. Off site parking along Rookery Hill, outside ground.
Can we also ask for you to be considerate to our neighbours when parking and ensure that you do not block any access points.
The ‘100’ bus (www.firstgroup.com) which runs between Chelmsford and Lakeside stops 200 yards from the ground (Corringham Club Corner). Keep car park opposite Corringham Club on your right, and follow Church Road (which becomes Rookery Hill), ground comes up on your right. The 100 bus also runs past Stanford-le-Hope and Basildon rail stations if you are coming via rail.
Nearest stations are Stanford-le-hope or Basildon, both on the Fenchurch Street to Southend line. Stanford is about a mile away as the crow flies. Basildon 4 miles. A small cab fare, or jump on the’100′ bus (see above).