Mar 11 2011 By Greg Burns
ANDY Leese said his side will have to roll their sleeves up again this week when they take on strugglers Didcot and cash-strapped Halesowen.
The Generals boss saw his side return from weekend and midweek trips to Halesowen and Hemel with six points to keep them fourth in the Southern Premier League.
A trip to fourth-bottom Didcot awaits Leese's promotion chasers and the chance to take on another team scrapping for survival.
Didcot have won just once on their home patch this season and are just two points from the dropzone before Halesowen, who are creeping towards liquidation with cash problems, visit the Meadow on Tuesday night.
Leese said: "Didcot will be a similar test to the ones we have had this week. We will have to go there and really battle but we have shown we can do that well.
"They have struggled at home but anyone can beat anyone in this division. Halesowen have off-field problems but they will probably enjoy getting out on the pitch to forget about them."