BASINGSTOKE Town will entertain Southampton's under-23 side in the semi-final of the Hampshire Senior Cup on April 2. at the Camrose.

However, before they can focus on making another county final, the Dragons will be hoping to snap their recent losing streak, when they entertain Swindon Supermarine at home on Saturday.

Three away defeats on the trot as seen town slide down to 19th in the table and when they played the Wiltshire side earlier in the season, they lost 5-2.

However, the good news for Town is they have won their last two outings at the Camrose.

Town boss Martin Kuhl said: "We may have lost 5-2, but I felt the game was a lot closer."

Looking back on Saturday's 1-0 loss at Hendon, Kuhl added: "We had enough chances to win the game. At the moment we have to make sure we take care of both boxes. We need to put away our chances, while keeping the ball out of our own net."

With Charlie Fox and Kieran Duncan set to be back for this weekend's game and with injured pair Dan Bayliss and Charlie Kennedy back in training, there should a lot of depth in the squad for the Supermarine game.