THE Camrose has witnessed some huge games over the years since Basingstoke Town first played there in 1945.

So it is a fitting finale that the last game at the ironic ground will be another massive one in the club’s history.

It is hoped a bumper crowd will turn out to give the venue the sent off it deserves and the Dragons will hope to roar to victory.

This will ensure their Southern League Premier South survival, but standing in their way are title chasing Taunton, who are a point behind leaders Weymouth.

Town will be hoping to continue their great record at the Camrose and have gone seven games unbeaten and the last three games at the ground have been real goals feasts with 18 scored in total.

Last Saturday, Town outclassed Frome 4-1 in which leading scorer Sam Argent scored twice and the same again would do very nicely this weekend.

Town go into the final crunch weekend of the season just one point clear of the drop zone in what is a four way battle for one relegation spot.

Walton currently sit in the drop zone with 48 points, while Hendon, Gosport and Town are on 49 with the Dragons having a far superior goal difference.

Walton face with a trip to mid table Merthyr, Hendon are at home to 10th placed Swindon Supermarine and Gosport have a tough looking trip to Met Police, who are gunning for third spot.

Town manager Martin Kuhl said: "We have got ourselves into this position and it up to us to get ourselves out of it.

"We have played well against all the good sides in this league and I really think we can get a win in the final game. That will be out aim when we kick-off.

Town drew 0-0 at Taunton in early September, one of 17 points they managed all season away from home.