Worthing go into the fixture having picked up a point at home to Taunton Town on Saturday:
The game sprung to life in the fourth minute when when James Beresford was upended inside the area.
Ibrahim Akanbi stepped up to take from the spot, but his effort was saved by Jack Bycroft in the Peacock’s goal.
Akanbi then did open his account for the Reds when he put the hosts a goal up in the 11th minute, but a strike from Taunton’s Dave Sims-Burgess levelled the scoring at the interval.
Meanwhile, hosts Dulwich climbed out of the bottom four with a 2-1 win over Hungerford Town at Champion Hill.
Despite sitting at opposite ends of the table both sides have picked up six points from their last six league outings.
The Reds are winless in their last five – drawing three and losing two, with their last league victory the dramatic comeback win over Cheshunt over a month ago.
The Hamlet have had a disappointing season so far, their early season form eventually costing long serving manager Gavin Rose his job. Two wins in their last three however have lifted them out of the relegation places.
The two sides last met in 2017/18, a season that saw Dulwich playing home matches at the home of local rivals Tooting & Mitcham following a dispute with the local council.
The Reds were well beaten at a snowy Imperial Fields in March 2018, goals from Sanchez Ming, Dipo Akinyemi and Nyren Clunis securing the three points that went some way to helping them achieve a second-placed finish and with it, promotion to the National League.
Please Note: The stadium is cashless.
- £12.70 – Adult
- £5.30 – Concession
- Free – Under 13
You can find more information on https://www.pitchero.com/
Address: Champion Hill, Edgar Kail Way, London SE22 8BD.
Leave the M25 at Junction 7 and take the M23 towards London. At the end of the M23 take the A23 towards Croydon. Continue along the A23 towards Central London through Croydon and then Streatham. On reaching the junction with the South Circular A205 turn right towards Dulwich.
After passing Dulwick Park on your left, turn left onto Lordship Lane (A2216) towards East Dulwich. Go through East Dulwich and go straight on when you come to a roundabout. You will pass East Dulwich station on your left. And then just past the small park on your left turn left into Sainsbury’s. The ground is located to the left of the store.
There is a small car park at the ground, otherwise there is street parking.
East Dulwich Railway Station is around 200 yards from the ground and is only around a 5-10 minute walk away. It is served by trains from London Bridge and East Croydon. As you leave the station turn left along the main road and just before the East Dulwich Fish and Chip Shop, turn left into St Francis Road. At the end of this road proceed along the short pathway in front and then turn right into Abbotswood Road. The club entrance is along this road on the left next to the Sainsbury’s Supermarket.