Eastbourne Borough manager Danny Bloor does not know what effect their lack of games in recent weeks could have when they host Maidstone tonight (7:45pm).

The Sports have not played since December 15 when they lost to Haringey Borough in the FA Trophy.

Since then their three games in the Vanarama National South against Maidstone, Havant, and Billericay have all been called off.

That has been due to either positive Covid test in either Borough’s or their opposition’s camp.

With Borough having not played for four weeks, Bloor is unsure about what effect that could have on them.

He said: “Who knows? The lads have been incredible in training, so we will just have to see what happens tomorrow night (Tuesday).”

Borough have started testing their players before each training session and Bloor says it highlights how great the club has been during this testing time.

He said: “It makes us feel safer a group. I have not been well myself recently.

“But it just goes to show what a club this is to be able to test the players before each training session.

“It makes us feel safer and helps us to keep our families safe also, so it is great.”

Borough’s opponents Maidstone head into the game off the back of a 2-1 defeat to Hungerford on Saturday.

However, Bloor is expecting his side to face a tough test.

He said: “Well they are a good side and are full-time players.

They would have trained today (Monday) and will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing result against Hungerford.

“It will be a tough game for us.

“But as the Crawley result highlighted yesterday, there are some crazy results happening at the moment, so you just never know.”