The Rebels come into this one off the back of a late defeat at home to the league leaders Yeovil Town on the weekend.
Matthew Worthington gave the visitors the lead inside ten minutes at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium and the Glovers held onto that lead until the 86th minute when Ollie Pearce fired in from the spot.
Deep into added time, Morgan Williams headed in past Roco Rees to secure all three points for Yeovil Town.
Following the defeat, Worthing dropped out of the play-off places in the Vanarama National League South, with the Rebels now sitting in eighth place after 12 matches.
The Reds will look to put an end to a run of four matches without a win in the league when they take on the Beavers this evening.
Hampton & Richmond picked up an impressive three points on the weekend as they beat high-flying Taunton Town on the road.
It was Mason Bloomfield with the only goal of the match to earn the points for the Beavers last time out.
21/10 – Taunton Town (A) – Won 0-1
14/10 – Dartford (H) – Won 4-3
7/10 – Havant & Waterlooville (A) – Drew 1-1
30/9 – Lewes (A) – Lost 0-3 (FA Cup)
23/9 – Yeovil Town (H) – Lost 1-2
16/9 – Southall (A) – Won 1-2 (FA Cup)
The sides were paired against each other in the Boxing Day/New Year’s Day double-header last term.
The Rebels picked up all three points in a dramatic seven-goal thriller at Woodside on Boxing Day, with Ollie Pearce scoring the winner at the death.
It wasn’t such an exciting affair at the Beveree seven days later, with the sides playing out a goalless draw.
Worn Both Shirts
Liam Vincent scored a hattrick for the Beavers in the Boxing Day classic last season before linking up with the Rebels on loan from mid-January until the end of the season.
Vincent has recently re-joined the Rebels on another month loan and could feature against his former club this evening.
Joe Felix will serve the last match of his suspension tonight after his red card against Truro City.
Michael Klass missed out on a place in Saturday’s squad against Yeovil Town with a niggle on his hamstring but Adam Hinshelwood hopes to have him available for the trip to the Beveree Stadium this evening.
Supporters can purchase their tickets in advance for the fixture – here.
- Adults – £17
- Concessions – £12
- 16-18 year olds – £5
- Under 16 – £3
- Under 5 – Free
By Car: Leave the M25 at Junction 12 and take the M3 Junction towards Central London. Leave the M3 at Junction 1 and take the A308 towards Kingston. After approximately two miles and on reaching Hampton, turn left onto the High Street, then immediately turn left into Station Road. Take the next right into Beaver Close for the Beveree Stadium entrance.
There is only a small car park at the ground itself, so it is a case of street parking.
By Train: Hampton Railway Station is located less than half a mile away from the ground. It is served by trains from London Waterloo, two per hour throughout the day on the line to Shepperton. On exiting the station turn left along Station Road. Beaver Close and the entrance to the Beveree Stadium are half a mile down Station Road on the left.
Please note that Hampton Wick and Hampton Court are different stations on the network. Although Hampton Court is just over a mile away from the Stadium, Hampton is closer.