Workington Reds boss Lee Andrews is hoping to kick start the season with victory today over Bamber Bridge at Borough Park.

This is the first match of four that Andrews has targeted to try and pull Reds out of relegation danger, ko 3pm.

And with two matches at home over the next two weekends, Reds need to start their campaign as they mean to go on.

“We now have bodies back and we are getting competition for places which is great,” said Andrews.

“The next four games we have targeted and they’re all games that we can definitely win.”

Sean Paterson is not available for the game and Reds will also be missing injured striker Scott Allison, while Dan Wordsworth serves out the last match of his suspension.

Andrews is hoping to add at least two players to the squad by the end of next week, as he looks to freshen things up ahead of a tough final few months of the season.

“We are always on the lookout for new faces and we have worked hard to get people in to boost the side,” he added.

“Hopefully we will have two more next week and they will be welcome additions to the squad we already have.”

Bamber Bridge, lying in mid-table, are coming into the game on a high after a Paul Dawson hat-trick inspired them to a 5-2 win over in-form Hyde United last weekend.

And their assistant manager and director of football, Neil Crowe, told the club website after the game that they were hoping to carry their form into the clash at Workington today.

But he also admitted that he did not think it would be an easy trip, as they make the journey up to west Cumbria.

“There’s a long way to go but we are happy with the way things are going at the moment, from training through to match days the boys have really bought into everything that Micky Taylor and the staff want and you can see that through their performances.

“We will now prepare for the trip to Workington and do everything possible to get a result.

“There are no easy games in this division so every match you have to be on top of your game if you want something out of it.”