CAUSEWAY United will be looking for their first away win of the season when they face Dunkirk this Saturday.

United have recovered from a faltering start to the season in the Premier Division of the Midland Football League by bagging three home wins in a row.

However, their form at The Grove has been matched by their lack of a victory on their travels.

They lost last Friday when visiting Romulus in the FA Cup.

However, boss Andy Mole was encouraged by his teams display and thinks they should have made more of their first half dominance.

They went in at the break 1-0 up thanks to a Matthew Gardener strike just before the 20 minute mark.

But, after losing defender Ryan Wollacott through injury at half time, United shipped three quickfire goals in the first seven minutes of the second half.

"We were on top in the first half and should really have got more for our performance," said Mole. "The half time reshuffle disrupted us and we conceded three very quick goals.

"Even then I think we could have come back.

"We are confident going into the Dunkirk game so hopefully we can back up our win against Tipton with another three points."