SALISBURY will be hoping to make it a quick double over north Hampshire sides on Saturday, when Farnborough are the visitors to the Ray Mac.

On Tuesday night, the Whites enjoyed a 2-0 victory at Basingstoke Town as Tom Whelan and Aaron Dawson were the men on target, with a goal in each half.

This was after a late equaliser denied them all three points at Hendon last Saturday.

This moved second placed Salisbury to just a point behind leaders Taunton with both teams having played 28 games.

It also extended their recent unbeaten run to three games and they have only been beaten once in their last 12 league outings.

However, the visitors to the Ray Mac this weekend are on a great run themselves, being unbeaten in their last eight games and have not conceded a goal in their last three.

This has moved the north Hampshire outfit up to ninth place.

Looking ahead to he game Salisbury boss Steve Claridge said: "We were not at our best against Basingstoke, but we have a lot of injuries and hope a few are back for Saturday.

"They are the in-form team at the moment so it is not going to be an easy game."

On Tuesday night, Salisbury will hope to make their first cup final of the season, when they take on Laverstock and Ford at Melksham to in the semi-final of the Wiltshire Senior Cup.