SLOUGH captain Max Miles is confident the Greenies can soon turn a corner and end their five-match losing streak in all competitions this season, writes Rob Stevens.

Slough have not won since beating rivals Marlow back in September and are now second from bottom in the Southern Counties North league table.

However, Miles believes the Greenies are beginning to build some momentum again after a positive performance in the controversial 29-6 defeat at Stow-on-the-Wold on Saturday.

Slough return to action with a visit to Tamblyn Fields from second-placed Wallingford on Saturday 17th November.

Miles told the Observer: "It has been a tricky period lately, especially in the build up to matches, as we've picked up a few injuries.

"Playing the top four sides in this league consecutively in very physical games has been a challenge and a test, but we've put a lot of effort to be in these matches against the more settled sides in this division.

"Wallingford will be tough and they're going really well this year. It's another challenge but, based on our display against Stow, I feel that we can put in a good performance."

He added: "We've got a lot of players struggling with injuries at the moment so having the week off will be good. We should have almost a full squad for the Wallingford game so the week off has come at the right time."