LITTLE Oakley joint-boss Paul Sadler says he and his players are relishing their final Kent Blaxill Essex and Suffolk Border League fixtures.

Like neighbours Harwich and Parkeston, the Acorns had no match last week due to a Border League Representative match on Jersey.

However, they return to action tomorrow with a home match against Holland FC.

After that they visit title contenders Gas Recreation, before visiting rivals Harwich on May 20 and finishing with a trip to the University of Essex on May 24.

“We seem to relish playing higher-league opposition, so are looking forward to the last four games,” said Sadler.

“If our players perform like they have in the last two games, we may well spring a few surprises.”