Two Luke Daly goals and a Sefton Gonzales penalty secured a second win in four days for the Bloods over bottom of the table Skelmersdale at the Butcher’s Arms.
Manager Dave Pace made one change from the side that won at Newcastle Town on Saturday with Clive Smith starting at right back in place of Shaquille Antoine-Clarke.
In a first half of few chances, Droylsden dominated the possession but were gifted a goal on the half hour mark when Luke Daly intercepted an attempted clearance by Terence Smith in the Skelmersdale goal and kept his head to score.
The visitors looked more lively in the second half and were rewarded with an equaliser on fifty six minutes when William Dunne punished a Dylan Smith foul on the edge of the area,beating the wall and finding the back of the net.
The Bloods were in front minutes later,Sefton Gonzales scoring his third penalty in two games after Liam Caddick was tripped in the area.
Gonzales could have made it three two minutes later when Ollie Ford burst into the box from the left but his shot was charged down by the visitors defence.
Droylsden made sure of the three points into injury time,substitute Phil Marsh keeping his head on a one to won with the keeper,finding the goal blocked and laying back to Daly whose point blank strike found the bottom corner of the net.
Star Man Ollie Ford