AN UNBEATEN five-match run has seen an upturn in form for Cross Keys Rowde but Josh Scott’s side, who returned to action after a month lay-off last week, will have to be at their best if they are to have any chance of getting the better of  Bath Road FC.

Bath Road are currently sitting pretty in third spot in Division Four and what is the first meeting of the sides should produce a good contest, as Rowde are improving with every game.

Runaway leaders Corsham Centre Youth, who gained promotion last weekend, were given a frightful time the last time they met Melksham Forest Community Centre before they claimed a 3-2 victory over Steve Wakefield’s side. 

hey should have few problems in registering their 14th straight league victory when the sides clash at Meriton avenue this weekend, as Wakefield’s side have lost four on the spin and are unlikely to get any joy from their trip to the champions-elect.

Although they suffered a 4-0 loss when the sides clashed earlier in the season, Cavalier will be up for their head-to-head showdown with fourth-in-the-table Bremhill View Boys, who will be looking to avoid any slip-ups as they chase down Bath Road for a shot at the silverware.

Oakhill, currently in second spot, may have suffered a surprise loss to Cross Keys Rowde last weekend but the Chippenham-based side ought to see an immediate return to winning ways when they host White Horse (Sunday) B at Kington Langley.

The visitors, who were beaten 7-1 in the reverse clash, were trailing 4-3 when this original fixture was abandoned in the 70th minutes.