Hebburn Town go into their, Northern League Division Two,  game on Saturday against Tow Law in desperate need of three points.

The Hornets have lost each of their last four games and will be without Callum Smith and Dave Coulson due to injury.

There are also doubts about Scott Wallace and Anthony Myers- with Wallace unable to complete training on Wednesday night.

However, Hebburn are boosted by the arrival of Dan Robinson, signed from Heaton Stannington, who got 26 goals last season and has already scored eight this campaign.

Manager Scott Oliver said: “Dan will start up front on Saturday and hopefully he will give us a much- needed lift. He is a proven goal scorer.”

Hebburn lost their last game 3-1 away to Durham City after dominating the first 45 minutes, but conceded three in a second half collapse.

Oliver said: “We will continue to lose games if we keep making basic errors. The players are letting themselves down at the moment they are way better than recent results and confidence is low.

“Last week at Durham was very disappointing we did most things right in the first half, but the 2nd half was a horror show.”

The visitors on will also be looking to get back on track after a 2-0 defeat at Esh Winning last time out.

Tow Law sit fourth in the league, one place and two points ahead of Hebburn, but have two games in hand over their rivals.

And in order to get anything at the weekend, Oliver knows his team must come together.

“The only way to lift the gloom is to work hard and fight for each other, and the team I pick on Saturday will reflect that. Both teams are having a dip in form and will both view it as a huge game.”