ROYAL WOOTTON Bassett Town boss Sam Collier has called for consistency from his side as they prepare to face Reading City.

With five wins, five defeats and two draws so far this season, the Hellenic League Premier Division side certainly have room for improvement.

"Something we have lacked is consistency, If we want to do well we have to go on better runs than just back to back wins, good sides win games consistently and if can’t win they draw and that’s something we have to learn," he said.

"Reading are expecting to win the league and anything other than that will be seen as a failure with the money they are spending.

"It will be a very difficult game but we have shown we can mix with the better sides in this league.

"We went to Wantage with a game plan and it worked until a poor decision from someone turned the game and cost us.

"I was massively proud of the lads and they shown great togetherness with nine men for 40 mins. But it’s another game where I feel we have given away three points.

"So far our home form has been very good this season which has been great, everyone enjoys coming to our ground so people raise their game as it’s the best ground In the league.

"It’s the away form which is concerning."

Josh Shama is unavailable for the game, while Brad Pagialrilo is ruled out with with a sore knee.

Carl Evans returns after being away with the RAF Team.

Elsewhere in the top tier, Fairford Town will be looking to continue with their recent form as they host Holmer Green at Cinder Lane.

Shrivenham lost to Brackley Town Saints during the week and are now bottom-of-the-league, they face FC Aldermaston in the Floodlit Cup next Tuesday.

In Division One West, Malmesbury Victoria make their way to Roman St Glass for their FA Vase game.

Strugglers New College come up against Thornbury Town at the weekend.