SALISBURY FC had to settle for another point on Tuesday night as they drew 1-1 at play-off hopefuls King's Langley.

The home side had the first chance of the game as Andronicos Georgiou fired wide in the 16th minute.

Salisbury replied with Tom Whelan and Danny Young both going close, before King's Callum Adebiyi glanced a header just wide.

After the break, only a great diving save from Jake Hallett denied Georgiou.

The home side then took the lead on 63 minutes after good work from Switters' saw his shot was saved, but Steve Ward scored the scored the rebound.

After this Salisbury dominated the game and only an excellent save from Alex Tokarczyk denied sub Chris Shephard an equaliser.

The visitors kept looking for a goal and only a point blank stop from Tokarczyk stopped Whelan scoring.

Then in the fifth minute of added on time, Salisbury were awarded a free-kick and Switters was sent-off for a second yellow card.

Shephard then struck a spectacular free-kick to make sure the Whites returned to Wiltshire with a point.

After the game manager Steve Claridge said: "I think we had enough chances to win the game once they scored. So I was disappointed to have only got a point from the game."