SALISBURY FC will be looking to bounce back to winning ways, when Cinderford arrive at the Ray Mac on Saturday (3pm).

Then on Tuesday night (7.45pm), the Whites are in home action again, when Winchester City are the visitors.

The Whites were in great form at the Ray Mac last Saturday, when they made short work of Shortwood United beating them 6-1, having hit four in the first 45 minutes.

Sam Roberts led the scoring with a brace and there were singles for Luke Hopper, Eddie Perrett, George Colson and Zach Kotwica.

Then on Easter Monday then suffered a 4-2 loss at play-off hopefuls Wimborne. A game in which manager Steve Claridge felt a penalty late in the first half changed the game as the home side levelled things.

The Salisbury boss said: "I never thought it was a penalty and this has changed the game. We have lost, but we should not beat ourselves up about it, as they only had three chances in the second half and scored the lot."

The result left the Whites five points clear of the chasing pack from one less game as the season enters the final month of the campaign. They also have a much better goal difference than all the sides behind them.

Bristol Manor Farm are third on 65 points and the Whites play them on the final day of the season.

Wimborne are now fourth with 63 points, one ahead of Swindon Supermarine, while Eversham occupy the final play-off spot with 61 points. All the teams second to sixth have played 36 games.

Looking ahead to the weekend, Claridge said: "At the moment we have a lot of injuries and what worries me is the sort of sides I will be able to put out."

On Saturday, Tom Whelan completes his three game ban, so he will be available for the game against Winchester.