TAUNTON St Andrew's are looking to pull off an upset in tomorrow's West of England Premier League action.

The Saints gave their Premier 1 survival hopes a shot in the arm by winning by six wickets away to Cheltenham last Saturday.

They are 23 points adrift of safety with three matches left, however, and tomorrow sees them host table-toppers Potterne (12.30pm start).

Saints' James Regan said: “It has been a league where everyone has beaten everyone, but they [Potterne] have been the standouts.

“However, we have nothing to lose and everything to gain.”

Taunton Deane also have a 23-point gap, but theirs is at the top of Premier 2 Bristol/Somerset.

They stretched their lead at the summit over Winterbourne last weekend, courtesy of a four-wicket win over Bishopston and their title rivals' match being rained off.

Tomorrow sees the Deane head to the coast, as they take on Weston-super-Mare (12.30pm).

As for Taunton, who are not yet completely safe from the drop, they host Ilminster at Gipsy Lane (12.30pm).

In the Somerset Division, Taunton Deane 2nds host Wellington, while Minehead go to Wembdon.