As the regular season enters its final month, games are coming thick and fast for Wimborne Town.
This week the Magpies have a rare Thursday night encounter when they visit Tiverton Town.
On Saturday they are back on their travels when they take on relegation threatened Fleet Town.
Wimborne then have the rare privilege of a blank midweek ahead of their next home game at Cuthbury against Thatcham Town on Saturday 12 April.
That break could be crucial for manager Steve Cuss who has seen his squad hit by a bevy of injuries to key players.
Cuss was forced to bring in the youngsters for the last two games at Cuthbury.
A last ditch Matt Kemble penalty secured a point for the Magpies in a six-goal thriller against Yate Town last Tuesday.
The injury crisis deepened as injury kept Kemble out of the side for last Saturday’s encounter with Paulton Rovers which Wimborne lost 2-1.
With a full strength side the Magpies could have expected to pick up more than a point from those two games.