SALISBURY FC know two wins in their final two home games of the season, will put them in a great position to get promoted to the Southern League Premier.

The Whites entertain play-off chasing Didcot on Saturday (3pm), before Bideford, who are also not out of the play-off hunt visit the Ray Mac on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

A win last Saturday at Kidlington thanks to an Owen Howe goal and a 2-2 draw at Swindon Supermarine in which Luke Hopper and Stuart Green scored, moved Salisbury to 75 points from 39 games in the second automatic promotion.

The only two sides who can realistically pass them now are Wimborne and Bristol Manor Farm.

Wimborne are third with 70 points from 39 games, while Bristol Manor Farm are fourth having played 38 games and have 69 points. They played their game in hand last night at Larkhall.

So the Whites remain in the driving seat and will hope a couple of bumper crowds at the Ray Mac will cheer them nearer to their goal of Southern Premier football next season.

However, it is not going to easy as Salisbury's injury woe continued with Danny Young, Jake Wannell and Eddie Perrett set to be sidelines on Saturday and Hopper will miss the Bideford game, due a one game ban for his red card at Swindon.

Manager Steve Claridge said: "These are two big games against sides who have something to play for. My main worry is the amount of players we have out and does not seem to be getting any easier.

"I will have to put out a side, with players out of position, but I have to put square pegs in round holes even if I don't like doing it.

"We are still in a good position and have a better goal difference. Wimborne go to AFC Totton who are in the mix and Bristol Manor Farm are away at leaders Taunton. So they have some hard games coming up, but we know two home wins should get us promoted."

Salisbury travel to Bristol Manor Farm on the final day of the season.