AS of March 27, Taunton Town FC have dropped into the relegation places in the National League South.

After they suffered another postponement on Monday night, and results elsewhere on Tuesday night, the Peacocks now sit in 21st place.

They are level on points with Dartford who are now in 20th place, but have a worse goal difference, and looking the other direction, Eastbourne Borough is on 38 points, one position below them in 22nd.

Luckily for the Peacocks they have ten league fixtures yet to play, four more than most teams and five more than others. If they can pick up points in those games in hand, safety will be secured.

However that 50 point mark that is often the magic number to avoid the drop in this league is still 10 points away for Taunton Town.

The fixture schedule will be intense of course playing ten games in around a month, and with the small squad at Rob Dray's disposal, it is a big ask of the players.

But that will be the goal for Dray and his squad - avoid the drop. 10 points in 10 games is definitely possible, and who knows they could push for more.

In recent weeks the Peacocks have shown they have the ability to win football matches in the National League South after defeating Torquay and Worthing.

However they have also shown that at times they can be quite easy to break down in some fixtures.

What is clear in this squad though is a determination to run hard, fight for every ball and a will to do their best.

For Taunton, they next take on local rivals Weston-super-Mare away from home on Good Friday, in a 3pm kick off.