Market Drayton's first eleven did what was required last Saturday with an emphatic 10-2 away win against West Bromwich to set up a final weekend doubleheader which, if successfully navigated, will mean promotion to the West Midlands Premier Division.

Brendan Jones scored five, Kabir Bowry and Jordan Chevins notched two each and Simon Rawsthorne got one to give Drayton a comfortable win away at the league's basement club.

Drayton went into half time five goals to the good; knowing that goal difference could be key to the promotion race, it proved to be important as promotion rivals Tamworth won 7-0 at home to Evesham, a win cancelled out by Drayton's dominant scoreline.

Drayton now go into this weekend's games; at home to Bloxwich on Saturday and away to Leamington on Sunday knowing that two wins and promotion is secured – their goal difference and points meaning that they would occupy one of the two promotion slots at the top of the league.

Jordan Chevins has made an impact scoring five goals since his return to the side at Christmas: "We gave a real team performance at West Brom with a solid back line, creative midfield and razor sharp front line. We never looked like losing it. Confidence is high within the team and when we're at our best we're unplayable. Promotion is ours to throw away."

Drayton drew away at mid-table Bloxwich before the Christmas break and beat Leamington at home but will know that the two games this weekend must be dealt with clinically.

Brendan Jones, following his five goals against West Bromwich, will be looking to add to his impressive 29 goal haul this season and secure the second top scorer position behind Redditch front man Andy Brooks. Drayton's defence will also be aiming to ensure they finish the season with the least goals conceded in the league, a great accolade in itself.

“Ahead of what is probably the biggest weekend in the club's history it was a great time to find some form in front of goal,” said First XI Manager Nick Reed.

“With our fate in our own hands the team's work rate and effort will be key.”