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Chester FC midfielder Luke George says he and his Blues team-mates fear no-one in the National League.

The Blues head into Saturday's home clash with Dover Athletic (3pm) in a rich vein of form having gone unbeaten in their previous four games with out conceding a goal.

Dover arrive at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium in good form too, though, and have won four of their last five games. But that doesn't worry club skipper George and the rest of the Blues squad who believe that they are heading in the right direction.

"It's a massive week," said George, whose has missed the last two games through injury but could come into contention for Saturday's clash.

"We spoke about that and we had a meeting the other day and we are taking it one game at a time.

"Dover is first up and they were solid last year. Whether they are the same team this year we will find out Saturday. But we fear no-one and we are picking up confidence.

"We have got a young squad and we can keep building that belief with results. We are heading in the right direction and it's our chance to take it to the next level."

Following their Dover clash the Blues are back in action on Tuesday when they make the trip to North Ferriby United (7.45pm).