CALUM MCINTYRE says his Chester side hasn’t won enough games this year - and next up is a trip to the leaders!

The Blues head to National League North title favourites Tamworth tomorrow following the 1-0 home loss to Southport in midweek.

McIntyre says things haven’t clicked for his play-off chasing side for a few months and he told Chester FC TV: “Reflect on a poor run now, really, since Boxing Day, since New Year’s Day. Not enough wins.

“We’ve talked about being solid on the road and being difficult to beat, but we need to win our home games and we haven’t, and the wins column, certainly since the New Year’s Day period onwards, January onwards, we haven’t won enough games and that’s why results like tonight we’ve seen too often, certainly in the last 12 weeks or so.”

Chester’s tally of 47 goals scored is the lowest in the top half of the table and McIntyre added: “We’ve looked at ways to improve that, we’ve worked very hard on the training ground and away from match day to try and improve that, but the situation at the moment isn’t good enough.

“At the moment, there needs to be fingers pointed and it needs to be at the manager that sets the team up and has put a team out that aren’t winning enough games over the last 15, 16, 17 games.”

Second-placed Scunthorpe United host Banbury tomorrow, while Bishop’s Stortford could be relegated if they lose at Alfreton.

Other fixtures: Boston v Farsley; Brackley v Hereford; Buxton v South Shields; Chorley v Scarborough; Curzon Ashton v Spennymoor; Darlington v Peterborough Sports; King’s Lynn v Rushall; Southport v Blyth; Warrington v Gloucester.

Chesterfield will celebrate promotion from the National League if the win at Oldham tomorrow and Barnet lose at Woking.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: AFC Fylde v Wealdstone; Boreham Wood v Altrincham; Bromley v Kidderminster; Dagenham & Redbridge v Maidenhead; Dorking v Solihull; Eastleigh v Rochdale; Ebbsfleet v Gateshead; Hartlepool v Southend; York v Aldershot. Sunday: Oxford City v FC Halifax.