BASINGSTOKE Town have a huge injury crisis ahead of their biggest game of the season so far against visiting Staines on Saturday.

The Surrey side are rooted to the foot of the Southern League Premier South table with just three wins this season.

The Dragons are currently 17th in the table three points clear of the drop zone and are eager to give themselves so breathing space between them and the bottom three.

However, Town hopes of a victory this Saturday were dealt a bitter blow on Tuesday night as two more players failed to finished the 90 minutes.

Captain Charlie Kennedy in his first game back from injured limped off on 72 minute.

Town also lost impressive Chelsea loanee centre back Jack Wakely inside 10 minutes after a tooth came loose after a challenge.

With striker Ben Wright and centre half Shane Hollamby already sidelined the Dragons, are now down to the bare bones for this weekend’s clash.

Manager Martin Kuhl is hopeful of adding some more new faces to the team ahead of Saturday’s massive game.

Town last Saturday’s produced their biggest win of the season as they won at title chasing Weymouth 2-1, but it was at a cost as Hollamby was injured.

On Tuesday night, they came out on the wrong end of a 2-0 loss to another top side in the league Salisbury.

Town manager Kuhl said: “I am hoping to get a couple in for the weekend, which will freshen things up.

“I think the Staines games will be a real battle and the pressure is on us to win it, while nothing was expected in the last two games.”