SWINDON could find themselves playing hosts to someone else’s party when they entertain Trowbridge at the County Ground in WEPL Wiltshire tomorrow.

Alex Kill’s side still harbour outside hopes of finishing in the top three in the division as the season enters its final three weekends, but the reality is it will be the fate of the visitors taking up much of the interest in the encounter.

With a 44-point lead at the top of the standings, Trowbridge could conceivably wrap up the title this weekend, while Swindon will look for a victory and favours from the sides above them to maintain their chance of a high finish.

Apart from Purton and the British weather, Swindon are the only side to prevent Trowbridge from winning this season, with the teams playing out a tied encounter in the middle of June.

Swindon needed a run to win the encounter as they chased down 196 at Trowbridge’s County Ground, but wicketkeeper Andrew Staff was dismissed off the final ball of the innings to ensure honours were even.

Purton meanwhile have their own designs on the top three and could occupy third position at the end of the day should they defeat Warminster - who currently sit in that position - and fourth-placed Devizes come unstuck at home to Marshfield.

Aaron Lee’s men are in decent form, with two wins in the last two weeks, while Warminster have lost their last couple to open the door to the sides below them.

In what is a tight mid-table, Royal Wootton Bassett could also move into the top-three frame by hammering another nail in the coffin of bottom-placed hosts Calne.