BASINGSTOKE Town quest to move away from the drop zone looks a tough task in their next two games.

First up is a trip to second placed Weymouth and then on Tuesday night fourth placed Salisbury are the visitors to the Camrose.

However, Town boss Martin Kuhl is hopefully of having a much biggest squad to pick from this weekend, with striker Sam Argent back from suspension, while injured midfielders Harry Pearse and Charlie Kennedy could also figure.

Kuhl said: “We are playing some good football at the moment, but not getting the results. We have to do better in the final third. Hopefully having Sam Argent back will help and I am looking for another striker.”

On Tuesday night, Town went down 2-0 at play-off chasing King’s Langley.

With Ben Wright injured on Saturday and Manny Williams returning to Slough, Jim Orvis and Zidane Akers returned to the starting XI.

In a game of few clear cut chances, the home side took the lead in the eighth minute as Gary Connolly’s ball split the defence and Andronicos Georgiou scored.

After the break, Town had a good spell and sub Aaron Redford was denied by a great save from former Basingstoke shot stopper Alex Tokarczyk.

The home side then went straight up the other end of the pitch and won a corner. From this Rene Howe scored with a glancing header on 72 minutes.