WILTSHIRE League leaders Wroughton will need to be at their best this weekend when they entertain third-in-the-table Bromham at the Weir Field, writes RAY BURROUGHS.

The visitors' top marksman Tom Pang, pictured, is probably the most successful striker in the division and the home side will need to keep a close eye on him if they are to collect maximum points.

Wroughton boss Mark Love said he was well aware of Pang's capabilities and his defenders will be aware of it.

He added: "We have had to shuffle the pack a bit this week, keeper Curtis Sharkey, John Dart and Stuart Temple are not available but it will give other members of the squad a chance to stake their claim.

"New signings Ricky Hewittson and Shane Davis showed up well last week so we should be able to field a strong side.

"There are just eight more games to go and we have to keep picking up the points."

Aldbourne, whose good run came to an end last week, visit Calne Town and although manager Stef Kuczynski will be looking for his side to get back on the winning trail they face a tough task against the fourth-in-the-table outfit.

New College, without a game last week due to county commitments, visit Bradford Town and as a spokesman for the club said: "It depends which College side turns up."

A repeat of the form they showed in their 1-0 away victory over second-in-the-table Westbury United, would be enough to enable them to collect another three points.

Purton return to action after a week's rest with a visit to Melksham Town.

The home side have been churning out some useful results of late and the Red House outfit will need to turn in one of their better performances.

Westside visit Westbury United and manager Mark Simpkins will be hoping to take a strong squad to take on the second-placed side.

In the last couple of games the Swindon outfit have had several regulars missing through injury and suspension but with a full squad the Westside boss is hoping for a good show against the title contenders.

With runaway leaders of Division One, Minety, needing a victory against Lower Stratton to clinch the title, the runners-up spot looks far from settled with Blyskawica, Stratton Juniors and AFC Stratton Nalgo all in with a shout.

Stratton Nalgo take on AFC Castrol, who are not completely out of it, Stratton Juniors are at home to AFC Rodbourne and Blyskawica visit Wroughton Reserves.

In Junior Division Two, Marlborough Town Reserves play their last league game against Swindon Irons with FC Chippenham doing likewise against Chalke Valley.

In Group A of the Subsidiary Cup, Dynamo entertain Intel and Swindon APS are at home to Minety Reserves in Group B.