TAUNTON Town take on Farnborough at home today, kick off is 3pm.

If the Peacocks can manage a win or a draw they will win the Pitching In Southern League.

After Taunton Town won on their penultimate game at the weekend, manager Rob Dray spoke about the teams season and what they have left to do to get a history making promotion.

"We didn't want to come and get four points and try and win it that way, we wanted to get six, so now we have three and we need another three next week.

"We still have work to do, got to get at least a point but we want to win, we are so, so hard to play against, defensively we were brilliant today.

"We have the biggest fan base in the league, they have been unbelievable today and all season."

Dray, along with the rest of his coaching team and also the staff at Taunton Town have all played a huge part in the clubs success this season.

But speaking on that, Dray made clear that this group of players are the real legends.

"It has been a long season, those lads have been unbelievable, and that's what its all about.

Somerset County Gazette: Rob Dray. Picture: Debbie Gould

"It's not about me or the backroom staff, it is all about good players and they have done themselves fantastically proud over the last 37 weeks."

When asked about the prospect of going up, he said: "It will be a great occasion and it is a measure of how far the club has come in the last five or six years but we have got to finish it off."

The last time Taunton took on Farnborough was way back in September 2021, and the result was 3-2 to Farnborough.

A lot has changed since that match, that is certain, but as every game is in this league, it will be tough.

Farnborough are currently on a three game winning run in the league and are only three points behind Taunton in third place.

That being said, their goal difference suggests them winning the league is unlikely.

The main threat to snatch the title off Taunton is Hayes & Yeading, who are also three points behind Taunton.

They are away on Saturday against 18th placed Hartley Wintney, a game they will be expected to win.

To sum up, Taunton need a point or a win and they will be promoted to the National League South for the first time in club history.

Get down to the Cygnet Health Care Stadium on Saturday to give these players as much support as Taunton can offer. Good luck lads.