BASINGSTOKE Town will look to continue their great recent away form in the Southern League Premier League and chalk up a fourth consecutive victory.

The Dragons this week are on their travels to Cambridgeshire to face lowly St Neots hoping to record another league double.

They beat St Neots 1-0 back in October at the Ark Cancer Charity Stadium, with the now departed Romone Rose scoring the winner.

St Neots are currently two from bottom in the table, which is six places below Town and 16 points behind them.

Manager Terry Brown will be keen for his side to erase their 6-1 home defeat against Weymouth, when the squad was down to its bare bones.

Brown said: “It was a bad day at the office, I could not fault the effort the players put in, but we had square pegs playing in round holes."

For the trip to St Neots experienced Matt Partridge will return after serving a three match ban.

He will slot in at centre half alongside Joe Gater, as club captain David Ray, has still not recovered from the calf injury he picked up against Banbury in Town’s last away win.

With Partridge back Charlie Kennedy will move back into the midfield, while Ashleigh Artwell is also fit after recovering from a knock he picked up a fortnight ago.

The only other doubt the Dragons have is in leading goal scorer Aaron Jarvis, who played in loss against Weymouth with a groin strain.

Looking forward to the trip, Brown said: “I think it is more simple playing away as we are lot more defensive. I have been told their pitch is similar to Cambridge City’s so we will not be playing any fancy football at the back. I will be telling them to be a lot more direct.

“I think two or three wins would be enough to make us safe for sure. Lets hope Saturday is one of them.”

After the St Neots trip, Town are on the road again on Tuesday night as they travel to Hayes and Yeading.