TAUNTON Town continue their National League South campaign at home on Saturday (August 26) as St Albans come to town.

It will be yet another difficult match for the Peacocks with the visitors coming into the game fired up after a defeat last time out.

Taunton will be without a large chunk of their first team due to injuries once again this weekend.

With Rob Dray confirming that six players are out currently, but a few can be expected back at the weekend.

Dan Ball, Jay Foulston, Nat Jarvis, Ollie Chamberlain, Phil Mendonca and Malachi Linton make up the six players with injuries.

Dray said whilst the injuries are a concern he is focussing on the players who can play and the task at hand.

He said that the home crowd will help his side over the line as well.

"When our home fans are noisy we can feel it on the pitch, their impact is huge.

"They are passionate and we need our fans, they are so valuable to us as a squad, keep coming to support us."

The match is set to kick off at 3pm at Wordsworth Drive on Saturday.