TIVERTON Town face a key battle in their bid for a play-off spot when they entertain Swindon Supermarine at Ladysmead tomorrow (3pm) - weather permitting.

Swindon trail the Yellows by just three points in the Calor Southern league having played one game fewer.

So the pressure will be all the more intense on John Clarkson’s side as they prepare to play just their fourth match of the year.

Tiverton won 2-1 on their visit to Swindon earlier in the season.

Tiverton have not played at home since January 11. The latest fixture to fall foul of the weather was Tuesday night’s St Luke’s Bowl quarter-final at home to Witheridge.

Tiverton have been drawn home to Hungerford Town on Tuesday, February 25 in the Red Insure Cup.

That day’s scheduled home match against Godalming Town has been re-arranged again, this time to Tuesday, April 1.