The Peacocks have a chance to complete a remarkable season on the road when they travel to Cinderford Town for their final Evo-Stik League fixture tomorrow afternoon (28th April), kick-off 3.00pm.

After 20 league games and five cup ties away from home, Town proudly boast an unbeaten record on their travels and they will be aiming to complete the set in the Forest of Dean tomorrow. There has been no easing off since Town won the title three weeks ago, adding another three wins and a draw to their long undefeated league run which now stands at an impressive 33 matches, the latest being a 9-0 drubbing of Slimbridge on Tuesday. The game against Cinderford at the Viridor Stadium back in December was much closer, a Matt Wright goal in the first minute enough to claim the points on an evening when the visitors were the better side.  They reside in 13th place although recent form has been good despite playing three times a week to catch up on their fixture backlog. A win at runners-up Salisbury in early April, a result which confirmed the Peacocks as champions, was followed by a 5-4 loss at Cirencester before a run of five successive victories was ended last night when Bideford scored twice in stoppage time to win at the Causeway. Town’s defence will need to be on alert though as the Foresters have banged in 30 goals in their last eight games.

Town name the same squad as Tuesday with the addition of Nuno Felix and Keith Emmerson who were both unavailable in midweek. Pierce Mitchell though remains on the injured list.

Manager Leigh Robinson said: “It’s the last league game of a simply fantastic season and we’re all hoping that we can both carry on the unbeaten run and go through the entire campaign without losing away from home. We’ll be aiming to put in a good performance and end the league season on a high which will hopefully give us a positive result.”