TAUNTON Town face a hectic week ahead with four games on the agenda from this weekend to the next.

Tomorrow (Saturday) the Peacocks travel to Wimborne Town in the Calor League (3pm) and then return to the Viridor Stadium for two rearranged fixtures, taking on Guildford City on Tuesday evening and high-flying Cirencester Town on Thursday.

Both games kick off at 7.45pm.

The Peacocks’ busy schedule is then rounded off by a trip to Stratford Town a week on Saturday.

After completing a two game ban, Rob Norrish returns to the Town squad for the weekend encounter at Wimborne when the visitors will be keen to bounce back from their midweek reverse at Bridgwater.

It is likely to prove a close affair given the sides’ 0-0 draw earlier in the season and their current respective league positions, with the Dorset club four points clear but with Taunton having two games in hand.

On Tuesday, Town will be looking to make amends against Guildford for despite dominating possession, Taunton contrived to lose the corresponding away fixture 2-1 back in September after conceding a goal five minutes into stoppage time.

The Surrey outfit remain in difficulty one place off the bottom of the table, having lost 13 of their 15 games on the road this season.

Taunton Under 18s finally hope to get a game under their belts on Monday evening when they travel to Weston-Super-Mare in the Somerset Floodlight Youth League (7.45pm) having not played since December 9.