SWINDON skipper Alex Kill says his are looking to continue their purple patch of form against Corsham 2nd this weekend.

Wet weather prevented Kill’s side from making it four consecutive victories last Saturday, as their derby date with Royal Wootton Bassett was brought to a premature end.

Kill's men will have a second chance at making it four on the spin this weekend when they return to the County Ground this weekend.

The Swindon captain says he and his team are in for a tough fixture, especially as their counterparts appear to have improved their batting skills since they last met.

“We got off to a good start with the ball as well before the weather kicked in (against Bassett), so we are confident we can take that forward into this Saturday,” he said.

“We were quite happy with the way we played at the weekend. Conditions weren't easy and we thought if we could get over 175 on the board we would be competitive which we managed to do.

“I'm not sure whether it makes a difference if they are a second XI or first XI, they are all going to be competitive and especially with the way the league positions are working out they will no doubt be looking at this game as an important opportunity to win.

“We know that they have been a lot more successful with the bat since we last played them and have been picking up some good wins so we will not be complacent at all.

“We have been on a good run and are really hoping to win out for the rest of the season.

“We've had good performances with both bat and ball, so if we can be consistent for these last 3 games there's no reason we can't achieve or goal.”

If they are going to make it four victories un succession, Swindon will need to do so without Liam Tucker, as he is unavailable.

However, Kill is boosted by the return of wicket keeper Dan Harris who is available for selection.

Meanwhile, Purton play host to Marlborough as Royal Wootton Bassett prepare to make a short trip to Calne.

Elsewhere, in Prem Two Glos/Wilts, Lechlade take on Trowbridge.