LECHLADE face one their biggest games of the season tomorrow in their bid to secure survival in Premier One.

The Manor Ground men entertain bottom of the table Corsham with just 12 points separating the two sides.

In what has been a difficult season for both teams, Lechlade skipper Freddie Martin, who guided his side to the Premier Two Glos/Wilts crown last year, is hoping that having a virtually full-strength side out will get the desired result.

For Martin, having a full complement of players at his disposal has been something of a rarity this term.

With injuries, university and school commitments, the Manor Ground men have struggled to field the same XI week in, week out and the last time Lechlade, who were beaten by fellow strugglers Bedminster last Saturday, had everyone available was when they defeated then-league leaders Downend in early June.

“It will be great to have everyone available again,” skipper Martin said. “It has been a struggle to do that this year.

“When we are at full strength we are a test for anyone in this league.

“Hopefully we can show that against Corsham tomorrow as this is a huge game for both of us.

“We know that they have got some dangerous players, but so have we.”

Martin is also set to welcome former Worcestershire academy pace bowler Chris Harwood back into the attack.

The American-born bowler, who attended Malvern College alongside Martin and Liam Smith, has been struggling with a side strain in recent weeks and has been playing as a batman.

However, Martin says that his strike bowler is fully fit and ready for action.

“We have missed his bowling massively – especially with the new ball,” added the skipper.