FOR the Taunton Titans, they have a very clear task ahead of them this weekend - win.

Nothing but a win for them will keep them from relegation out of the National One Rugby division after what has been a difficult season.

The Titans travel to South-East London to take on Blackheath who currently sit in seventh place and have nothing to play for.

Elsewhere, Bishop's Stortford travel to Cinderford on the last day of the season while Leicester Lions visit Sale FC.

Stortford, Lions, Titans and Cinderford could all still face relegation. But for Taunton a win will see them safe, so that is all they have to worry about.

There are plenty of variables in play of course, and it could go against Taunton, but as already mentioned, they just need to focus on defeating Blackheath. By as many tries as possible.

But it will come down to which side can hold their nerve best over 80 minutes on a spine-tingling final Saturday.

Blackheath are no easy beat though, as they have won 12 of their 25 games this season to finish in mid table.

When the two sides met back in Taunton, the visitors were victorious in a close battle that finished 33-36.

On that day Frankie Dart scored 16 points on his own but even that was not enough to save Taunton from defeat in what was their first match of the season. Full circle moment then really to face them in the season ending match as well.

Blackheath's current squad is coached by James Shanahan who is known in the Westcountry parts as he played rugby down the M5 at Exeter for a while.

Prop forward Jack Owlett also has Chiefs experience and the side is captained from the second row by Ed Taylor.

Titans will go in to the match on a high of course after winning well last time out against Cinderford at home.

The game seemed comfortably won but a real effort by Cinderford earned them two tries in the last 5-minutes to give them a try bonus point as well as a losing bonus point.

And that is something that has plagued Taunton this season as they have conceded 898 points to date, the most in the competition.

So their defence will have to be at its best on Saturday to keep Blackheath from scoring, as it could prove vital on the table.

But with their performance last week against Cinderford, the Titans proved they can beat anyone and everyone in this league and here's hoping for a win to finish the campaign the right way.