SHRIVENHAM manager Gareth Davies wants to see his team repeat their performance from two previous home games when Burnham arrive at Barrington Park on Saturday.

Shrivvy drew 2-2 against second-place Binfield a fortnight ago before putting Bishops Cleeve to the sword with a 2-0 victory in midweek.

Four points from their previous two outings has left Davies’ men in fourth – one spot below Fairford Town – and looking good for a top-four finish.

Both recent performances were exemplary according to Davies, and the Shrivenham boss says he will be requesting more of the same from his team in Saturday’s scheduled fixture.

He said: “We went down there in early February and they were a big side. They’ve got some big boys playing for them and they are a really tough side physically.

“We need to be right at it if we’re going to get anything on Saturday because they’re up there with us as well.

“But we’ve played some good sides recently, and we haven’t half played some good stuff despite the conditions.

“We’ve tried to get the ball down and play regardless, the boys want to play football properly so that’s what we’ve done.

“If we can continue what we’ve been doing in the last two home games, we’ll give anyone a game.”

Shrivenham produced a thoroughly professional performance in midweek to see of a plucky Bishops Cleeve team, in the eyes of Davies.

Goals either side of half-time from Scott Chilcott and Antonio Gerrish saw off out of sorts Bishops Cleeve and gave Shrivenham the perfect platform to face Burnham on Saturday.

Reflecting on his team’s midweek win, Davies said: “I thought the way we handled the game and went about things was first class.

“We did everything right, we weathered a storm at times.

“In the first-half, we were probably a bit unlucky not to be three or 4-0 up with the chances we had.

“But we scored again after half-time at a really crucial time, and that probably knocked the stuffing out of them.

“Our game management was superb, we killed the game when we needed to, and I thought we were very professional in the way we did it as well.”

Elsewhere, Royal Wootton Bassett Town drew 2-2 at home to Ardley United in midweek.

Sam Collier’s men are due to take on Easington Sports on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Fairford’s midweek game away at Flackwell Heath was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. Jody Bevan’s team are due to play Windsor at Cinder Lane on Saturday.