SWINDON College Old Boys are looking to score their third win in a row in Southern Counties South when they host Yeovil on Saturday afternoon.

So far this term, Martin Lloyd’s troops have only registered back-to-back wins twice and the Old Boys director of rugby is hoping to make it three on the bounce for the first time.

While his ambitions are to claim a win, Lloyd admits their opponents are somewhat an unknown quantity to himself and his fellow coaches.

“Yeovil are a bit of a strange team because we don’t know what to make of them,” he said.

“They have had some good wins and we haven’t really heard too much about them.

“We are taking nothing for granted. We haven’t had too much information from too many people.

“It’s like they’re shrouded in secrecy down in Yeovil but the most important thing is that we stick to our processes and let them worry about us.

“When you’re not sure, you just need to take it as it is and adapt.

“We are happy with how we are playing at the moment.”

Going into the game, Lloyd revealed College will be missing Callum House, who has suffered a hamstring problem.

“Unfortunately, he’s had quite a serious hamstring injury so he could be out for some time,” added Lloyd.

“He might need an operation to sort it out. It is a shame as in the past few games, he has been really important for us.

“With the depth we have this season, we have been able to move a few players up into the firsts who are more than capable.

“So while it is a big loss, we have got good players in our squad who can replace him.”

Elsewhere, Swindon will look to back up their win over Bicester in South West One East last weekend with another victory, although the odds are stacked against them as they are up against second-placed Chippenham at home.

Royal Wootton Bassett are also at home, they come up against Marlow who are currently at the foot of the table, without a win in 12 attempts.

In the Dorset & Wilts One North, Supermarine play Trowbridge 2nd away from home, with the visitors currently one place ahead in ninth.