ROYAL Wootton Bassett will look to dish out more of the same as they aim to continue their improved form in South West One East when they make the trip to Wimborne tomorrow.

Bassett recorded back-to-back wins last weekend when defeating Stratford-upon Avon, a fortnight after edging a thrilling derby contest at Swindon 29-27.

Team manager George Loughlin hailed the 45-10 home triumph over Stratford as the standout performance of the current campaign so far and is putting faith in the same line-up at Leigh Park.

The back-to-back wins have lifted the Ballards Ash side away from the relegation zone and they will look to make up more ground against the Dorset outfit, who lie sixth in the league.

The only significant thorn in Bassett’s side is an injury to Kyle Lovell who has been receiving treatment on a knee complaint.

Loughlin said: “Wimborne are quite difficult to beat at their place and it’s a long old journey there, but we are looking to put some results together and if we can get a third win in a row, we will really feel back on track.

“Our performances have been missing a bit of luck, which we had against Swindon, and that raised our confidence.

“Now we feel we have moved on and are ready to push on.”

Loughlin will place his trust in the same line-up that smashed past Stratford’s lines after their confidence was lifted in the derby victory at Swindon.

“We will keep exactly the same squad together, although we don’t know with injuries. Kyle Lovell is a hugely influential player and we are waiting to see the outcome of his physio sessions,” he said.

“I will aim to put out a side as close as possible to the one that beat Stratford.

“If we can do that, we have a chance.”

Meanwhile, Swindon will be looking to end their miserable run of results when they head to Witney tomorrow.

The Greenbridge Road side have lost their last five matches, but did manage to get a four-try bonus point last weekend in the 45-27 defeat at Salisbury.

Swindon College Old Boys will be hoping to return to form in Southern Counties South when they entertain Walcot at Pipers Way, while in Dorset and Wilts One North, Supermarine head to Warminster.