OVERTON United boss Greg Restell believes Saturday's clash at Infinity is a real six pointer in the Hampshire Premier League.

This is the village side's final game of 2016 and they will looking to end the year on a high.

Restell said: "A win for either team is going to move them up the table and I really hope it is us. It is not going to be easy going down there as they have hit some form in recent weeks."

Overton will take heart that they won their last away a game at Colden Common and on Saturday drew 2-2 with a very good visiting Liss side.

The game produced to be one of contrasting styles, as Overton put the ball on the deck, while Liss were more direct.

This style paid off for the visitors in the first 45 minutes, as they took a 1-0 lead and then they doubled their advantage after the break.

Overton replied as Laith Aldoori found Danny Houseman to finish with a left foot shot from outside the area.

In what was a cracking game to watch and the home side made sure of a share of the spoils, as the Aldoori brothers combined as Laith cross from the right was headed in by Samie.