ROYAL Wootton Bassett Town boss Rich Hunter is looking to make it three wins on the spin this weekend when his side host Highmoor Ibis.

Last time out, Hunter’s troops needed a late winner against Ascot to make it back-to-back victories, following their win over Woodley United a week earlier.

This weekend’s opponents currently prop up the Hellenic League Premier Division table with two wins from 22 games, while Bassett have amassed 34 points and sit in eighth spot.

While there are 12 places between the two clubs, Hunter remains wary of the threat posed by their struggling counterparts.

“League form has been steady and we knew we had to beat the teams who were in the bottom half of the table, if we are going to be where we want to be at the end of the season,” he said.

“The plan is to make it three wins in a row, Highmoor Ibis are bottom of the league and we are at home so we will be looking for three points, and to move up the table.

“It is one we have certainly highlighted as winnable. But you have to give everyone their respect, anyone can beat anyone in this league and all teams are good.

“We will make sure that we are fully prepared properly to go and win the game, but if we don’t put in the performance then we won’t.”

Fellow Hellenic League Premier outfit Fairford Town are also in action as they travel to Stubbs Lane, where they will take on Binfield.

Jody Bevan will hope his side have made the most of their rest as they look to avenge their 4-2 defeat to Ascot United at the start of the month.

Pacesetters Highworth Town are targeting their 20th victory of the campaign as they welcome Ascot.

Jeff Roberts will look for an improvement on the performance from their last game, when they played out a 1-1 draw with Binfield.

Division One West’s Shrivenham have their sights on another emphatic win after they claimed a 6-3 triumph at Clanfield 85 home on Tuesday, when they go to Easington Sports.