CHORLEY face back to back away games as they bid to end their goalscoring drought an revive their National League North play-off hopes.

The Magpies drew 0-0 with Kidderminster Harriers on Tuesday night - their fourth straight game without a goal.

Josh O'Keefe's strike in the 3-0 win at league leaders Salford City on December 23 was the last time a Chorley man found the back of the net - a run of 395 minutes.

Matt Jansen's men have picked up two points in that spell and now sit 10th in the table, four points off the top seven ahead of tomorrow's trip to Curzon Ashton.

That is followed by a visit to Darlington next week and Chorley will be targetting a positive points haul to cut the gap to the play-offs.

And Jansen is confident of performing at Tameside Stadium tomorrow, believing the good playing surface will benefit his side.

"It is a good pitch so we will hopefully be able to play some football on that pitch," he told the club's official website. "We will give them a test and hopefully be able to do a job on them."

Curzon are 14th in the table and Jansen is expecting a tricky afternoon in Greater Manchester at a side who have only lost twice at home in the league this term.

"Curzon Ashton at their place is always difficult, they are very good at home," he added.

"They are a difficult side and like to play.

"It is always a tricky game, any team in this league is a tricky game."

Delial Brewster could make his first start for the Magpies having joined on loan from Chesterfield this week. The forward made his debut off the bench against Kidderminster.