JODY BROWN says they will take nothing for granted on Saturday when they travel to a Mildenhall side they have already beaten twice this season.
Swifts enjoyed an opening day 2-1 Bostik North win over the division newcomers and a 4-2 league cup success against the same opponents in early October.
Heybridge manager Brown told this week’s #SwiftsCast: “They were really strong and robust opposition in that first game but we got the win.
“When we played them in the league cup it was a much more open game, they rotated their squad and so did we.
“So it is hard to say what to expect up there, and it will possibly be a cross between both of those types of game.
“That first league game was their first game at this level and they have a feel for it now and have added a couple of additions to their squad, so they will be a tough prospect.”
Swifts favourite Luke Callander scored his 100th goal for the club in Tuesday’s 6-0 win over Hertford and will be hoping to add to that on Saturday afternoon.
But Heybridge will be will be without injured George Smith (hamstring), George Cole (ankle), Joe Gardner (toe), Phil Anderson (neck) and Elias Siligato (hamstring).
Defender Jack Cawley is a doubt, but experienced midfielder Nick Brown is likely to return to the squad.