HARTLEY Wintney will be hoping to snap their recent four game losing streak this Saturday, when they travel to Hendon in the Southern League Premier South encounter.

The Row have not been in action since they lost to Hayes and Yeading on December 7, after Tuesday night's Aldershot Senior Cup tie against Ashford Town was postponed.

Last Saturday, the Row were without a game as Salisbury were in FA Trophy action and they are now 17th in the table.

This Saturday, the Row will be hoping for all three points, as they head to London to face a Hendon outfit, who have won their last two games in the league.

Hartley manager Anthony Millerick said: "We have a week off which was not ideal after losing against Hayes and Yeading, but the boys have been training hard.

"It has given the chance for some of new signings to get to know their team mates and feel we have a better team we did this time last year.

"We are not about to panic as their is a lot of football still to play and we know we have some tough games coming up, but we will be looking for get some points from all of them."

On Boxing Day, Hartley have a mouth watering local derby clash when high flying Farnborough will be the visitors and then on New Year’s Day they are away at Gosport.