OVERTON United boss Gregor Restell believes Saturday's home clash with Infinity is a real Hampshire Premier League six pointer.

Restell's men are just one point behind the visitors going into the game which kicks off at 3pm and know a victory will see them move up the table.

Restell said: " It is the chance to put another team below us and so it is a big game.

"I want us to stop having to look over our shoulder, as the season comes to an end."

Last Saturday, Overton went down. 2-0 to visiting Colden Common, as the home side failed to take their chances.

Overton started brightly knocking the ball around and Sam Aldoori nearly scored from close range and than Nathan Rae fired wide.

They looked comfortable at 0-0 going into the second half, but Colden took the lead from a corner, as their centre forward planted a header into the net.

The home side tried to hit back and Kieron Fuller hit a post and then Tom Langley was adjudged to have handled in the box and from the penalty spot Colden made it 2-0.

After another disappointing defeat, Restell said: "I think the best word to sum up the perform is that we were naive.

"They have scored from a corner and penalty, while we have failed to make our chances count."