BASINGSTOKE Town face a massive six-pointer this Saturday in the Southern League Premier South, as they look to avoid an end of season relegation dogfight.

The Dragons are on the road to Dorchester Town, who before Tuesday night occupied the final relegation spot.

However, such is the tightness at the bottom of the table, Dorchester's 7-1 win in mid-week moved the Magpies up to 15th and with it Town dropped to 16th, leaving them two points clear of Gosport Borough, who slipped into the drop zone.

Last Saturday, Town continued their excellent form at the Camrose with their third home win on the trot, a well deserved 2-0 victory over Swindon Supermarine.

However, on the road, they have lost their last three and will want to recapture the form which saw them beat new leaders Weymouth last month.

Looking ahead to another big crunch game Town manager Martin Kuhl said: "I was really pleased with Saturday's performance and I want to take that into this weekend's game at Dorchester.

"It was good to see us keep a clean sheet, but we still have to take more of our chances."