UCL Division One Eynesbury Rovers 2 Burton Park Wanderers 2 LIKE a car running on three cylinders instead of four. That was Eynesbury Rovers manager Matt Plumbs candid assessment of where his side are following their 2-2 league home draw with Burton Park Wanderers on Saturday. After Adam Boothby missed a second minute penalty, the lacklustre hosts showed little spark allowing the visitors to take a 1-0 lead into the break which cued a half-time rocket from their boss. I let them have it at half-time and then probably a little bit more, revealed Plumb. A few of them were just going through the motions and I cant tell you exactly what I said to them, as it isnt publishable, but it was along the lines of if you just want to turn up here and go through the motions, then dont bother coming back. Once they are out on the pitch its down to them, I cant do anything. But what I can do is tell them a few home truths. Louis Duprees 23rd-minute opener for Burton was cancelled out by St Neots loan man Lee Bassett on 52 minutes, heading in after Stuart Harper knocked Joe Jordans corner back across goal. Gavin Batt put Rovers ahead 12 minutes later, sidefooting Bassetts right-wing cross in from six yards. But, in the dying seconds, the hosts were pegged back by an equalising goal from Leigh Chapman, the Division One top scorer, which frustrated Plumb even further. He said: In the end it felt like a defeat and I could see them getting an equaliser as, for the last 15 minutes, we went back to the way we played first half poorly having initially improved. Maybe I shouldnt have, but I left early and left them to it, as sometimes you might say things you dont want to say. Theres no spark and if we dont get it sorted soon we wont be in contention for the top three or four places. Rovers have an opportunity to appease their manager on Saturday when they visit Burton for the return fixture. n Eynesburys defeat came on the back of their Hinchingbrooke Cup preliminary round exit following a 1-0 defeat at AFC Kempston Rovers last Tuesday.