AFC Liverpool manager Chris Anderson was left disappointed as they failed to make chances pay against Congleton Town but hopes they can make their away form count against Avro.
AFC Liverpool were out for revenge against Congleton after they endured a second-half drubbing the last time they faced the Cheshire side.
However, the Non-League Reds were still depleted against the Bears but managed to enjoy chances against them.
But for Anderson and his players, despite the clean sheet, they felt hard done by to not take all three points.
He told Off The Park: “The lads and myself felt like it was a bit of a loss when you come off and created the better chances out of the game.
“We’ve kept a clean sheet performed better and got a point on the board so quite happy about that.
“We were solid throughout, they didn’t really look like they were going to score.
“Any team that was going to score it would be us but we didn’t have the clinical edge in the final third, happy to be defensively solid.
“We had opportunities, especially in the second half – we didn’t create much in the first half. We had a few chances and we should’ve hit the target or made the goalkeeper work a little bit better we did do.
“Good side, strong, they’re at home so it might be a benefit for them but I think it might benefit for us because 4G gets us back playing on a decent surface.
“It’s a tough game, they’re all tough games but we’ll see what we can do. Our away form is better than our home so hopefully, that stays true for Saturday at least.”