SALISBURY face another massive week in their quest to be champions of the Southern League Premier South.

On Saturday, they travel to title rivals Met Police and then on Tuesday night are at play-off hopefuls King’s Langley.

On Tuesday evening, while the Whites were beating Laverstock 6-0 in the Wiltshire Senior Cup.

Leaders Taunton won at Walton Casuals to move onto 59 points from 29 games, while third placed Weymouth lost at Merthyr 2-1 so they remain on 53 points from 28 games.

Salisbury are second with 55 points from 28 games and Met Police are fourth with 53 points from 27 games. King's Langley are eighth, just four points off the play-offs.

Looking ahead to two big games this week Salisbury manager Steve Claridge said: "This is the toughest week of the season so far."

"Met Police are very good going forward and we have to make sure we can stop them. So that will be the main focus of the side i pick for that game."

New signing Reading's under-23 goalkeeper Liam Driscoll will be included in the squad for the two games.

Salisbury's game against Farnborough postponed last Saturday, will now be played on Tuesday March 12.