Havant & Waterlooville will travel to Hardenhuish Park on Saturday to face Chippenham Town in the National League South.

The Hawks will be looking to build on their emphatic 3-1 win away to Dulwich Hamlet midweek and continue their climb up the table.

Paul Doswell’s side currently find themselves third in the league with two games in hand over the two teams above them.

The Hawks enjoyed a great result against The Hamlet despite going 1-0 down against the run of play.

A strong end the second half saw the visitors claim a well deserved three points, goals from Sam Magri, Bradley Tarbuck and Alfie Rutherford was enough to see off the hosts.

Another win on the weekend has the potential to lift The Hawks up to second in the league, but there are no easy games in the National League South.

The weekends opponents, Chippenham, find themselves near the foot of the table in 21stbut will look to kick start their relegation fight with a win against the former National League outfit.

The Bluebirds have failed to win in their last six outings in the division but will be keen to get back to winning ways.

Caretaker manager Mike Cook will be eager to recapture the form they showed last season which helped them finish 13th.

The hosts will be looking to build on their draw to The Hamlet last weekend, which was almost a huge three points for The Bluebirds.

A 90thminute equaliser from Shamir Mullings was enough to cancel Callum Gunner’s second half strike and shatter the hopes of a much-needed win on the road.

It was a close encounter when The Hawks last faced-off against The Bluebirds, with the game ending 2-1 to side from Westleigh Park.

A goal from Danny Kedwell as well as a late winner from Chris Paul was enough to give all three points to The Hawks.

If you cannot make the trip to Hardenhuish Park, then you can keep up with all the action by following the commentary available from Hawks FM.

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By Liam Rice (@Liam_Rice9)