Having put on a superb display in the 1-1 draw against Hornchurch in midweek, Enfield Town go into the final three weeks of the regular season with arguably an even more important six-pointer against Cray Wanderers tomorrow (kickoff 3pm)
In what is the crunch game of the day, fifth meets sixth separated by just four points — weather permitting, it has to be stressed.
Last Saturday’s 5-3 win over Horsham made it four wins out of four for free-scoring Cray, an indication of just how tough the encounter will be at QE11.
Cray are level with Lewes on 63 points with the Wands having a slightly better goal difference but any team down to Carshalton in 10th still have a realistic chance of making the play-offs.
In the reverse fixture in October, we drew 1-1 with Cray, Marcus Wyllie netting for the Town, and although a similar result would keep our noses in front, a win would give us a terrific boost and keep us in pole position going into the final four games of the campaign.
Usually games with Cray have tended to be high scoring affairs and with plenty of fire power in both sides, Saturday promises to be a mightily significant as well as entertaining affair.
Every game now is like a cup final for us and your support will once again be invaluable as we edge nearer to achieving our goal.
There will be a pitch inspection at 10:30 AM on Saturday morning because of the rain we have been experiencing.
In the event the game is postponed it could be arranged for Tuesday 4 April.