BASINGSTOKE Town are still not safe from relegation with four games left in their Southern League Premier South campaign.

This is after Dragons were unable to hold onto a 3-1 lead against fellow strugglers Tiverton Town at the Camrose last Saturday and ended up drawing the game 3-3.

This left Basingstoke 16th in the table on 46 points, just three points clear of Gosport, who occupy the final relegation place with four games remaining.

Inbetween Town and Gosport are Tiverton on 46 points, while Wimborne and Walton Casuals have 45 points. All the teams have played 38 games.

The Dragons have won on their last two trips to Dorset, but face a side in a battle for the final play-off place with King's Langley.

They are hoping to have Kian Duncan back from celebrating winning the Hellenic League with Burnham and new signing Reece Rusher on the bench for the game.

Town manager Martin Kuhl said: “We know it is going to be a tough game, but we will look to get something out it."

After Poole, Basingstoke are at home to Frome a week on Saturday, before a trip to Farnborough on Easter Monday.

They finish their campaign with a home game against Taunton on April 27.