Adam Hinshelwood believes “the pressure’s not on” despite his Worthing side losing ground in the Bostik League Premier Division play-off race after being held to a point by Corinthian Casuals, report the West Sussex Gazette.

Joe Clarke cancelled out Warren Mfula’s first half opener while Henry Ikeije’s missed penalty summed up a a frustrating afternoon for Worthing.

Alongside their draw with Tonbridge Angels on Good Friday, the result sees Worthing drop out of the play-offs and into eighth, leaving them to rely on results elsewhere if they are to finish in the play-offs at the end of the season.

Worthing boss Hinshelwood appeared disappointed that his side lacked creative options in front of goal. He said: “We played really well, we controlled the game, we just didn’t take many of our chances when they presented themselves.

“It was the same on Friday, we had a lot of the ball but we didn’t make the correct decisions when we got into the final third.”

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