BACK-TO-BACK wins are on the agenda for Lechlade skipper Freddie Martin as his side travel to Potterne tomorrow.

Martin’s troops were able to record a morale-boosting victory over fellow Premier One strugglers Corsham last time out, which further distanced them from the relegation places.

The win means Lechlade are now in seventh place, seven points clear of second-from-bottom Frocester.

This week’s hosts, who sit in fifth, have suffered from intermittent form over their last five fixtures, where they have recorded two victories.

But with Potterne losing their last two games, Martin believes his team are more than capable of making it two wins on the spin.

“Potterne away will be a tasty game, it is always good fun when Lechlade come up against them,” he said.

“If we are able to get back-to-back wins, it would be huge for us. I know they are feeling the pressure a little bit and we would love to go down there and beat them.

“There is nothing extra we need to do well in particular. I think if we execute our skills, we are probably a better side than them on paper. If we just play well as a side, hopefully we will come out on top.”

Martin will have a full squad to pick from for the weekend’s clash and says it is a huge bonus for the club as they look to progress up the league standings in the coming weeks.

Despite Potterne sitting two places above the Manor Ground men, Martin believes his outfit are the superior side and will be able to close out their fifth win of the season, if they remain focussed.

“We have good availability and we will be at full strength, which is vital at the moment,” he added.

“It’s a massive bonus because over the last month, we have been struggling, but looking forward, we have good availability so we have competition for places.

“It’s a really good thing and it means we have 11 proven cricketers on the field.

“Potterne is a tiny ground so it is normally quite high scoring but I think the way to play there is to play our natural game.

“We have a lot of players who naturally hit the ball to the boundary so I think playing at Potterne will be good for us.”