OVERTON United have two games left to try and stop themselves being relegated from the Hampshire Premier League starting with a home game with Paulsgrove a week on Saturday.

They are only out of the bottom two on goal difference from Hedge End Last Saturday, they went down 3-2 to visiting Fleetlands as the south coast side scored the winner 30 seconds from the end.

In what was very entertaining game, the visitors dominated for the first 10 minutes as Overton failed to get a look in and took the lead.

At this point the home side made a tactical change as they went with three at the back and Kirk Smith moved into the midfield which they were running.

This did the trick as Overton equalised as Myles Englefield's cross was glanced home by Alex Spencer.

However, just before half-time Fleetlands took the lead again.

After the break, the home side levelled again thanks to a great strike from Laith Aldoori.

Then with 30 seconds to go the visitors scored their winner from a corner.

The previous Wednesday, Overton led 1-0 at the half-time against visiting Clanfield.

This was thanks to a Jonny Gurney penalty after Andrew Bulloch was fouled in the box.

Clanfield won the game thanks to three great strikes after the break.

Overton manager Gregor Restell said: "At the moment we cannot buy a win, but we have two more games, both will be tough, but hopefully we can get some points."