The Peacocks play their penultimate away game of the Evo-Stik League season when they travel to Winchester City for a rearranged fixture tomorrow evening (17th April), kick-off 7.45pm.

The match was originally scheduled for last month but was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. Since then Town have gone on to clinch promotion and also win the title, Saturday’s draw at Wimborne marking their 30th league game without defeat and maintaining their brilliant unbeaten record away from home this season.

The Citizens meanwhile who sit in 11th spot have been hovering around the play-off zone for much of the season and although they are still mathematically in the reckoning, they will realistically have to hope results for the sides above them go in their favour. They come into tomorrow’s game after three successive away trips which yielded a point from Salisbury and Swindon Supermarine and a single goal defeat to AFC Totton. Their home form is decent though with 11 wins from 18 starts, being undefeated at the Simplyhealth City Ground since Bideford were victorious in late November. The Peacocks will be seeking another double tomorrow, having come out on top by a 4-1 margin at the Viridor Stadium in October thanks to goals from Ben Adelsbury, Ollie Chamberlain, Ross Staley and Matt Wright.

Team news sees Pierce Mitchell and Matt Buse remain on the injured list while Dan Sullivan is unavailable due to work commitments. However centre half Keith Emmerson comes back into the reckoning after missing the Wimborne game through work.