RELEGATION-HAUNTED High Wycombe entertain bottom-placed Witney in a must-win match at Kingsmead on Saturday.

Witney are the only team Wycs have managed to beat in South West Division Two all season and the London Roaders need to repeat the feat on Saturday to put more distance between themselves and the bottom spot.

Earlier in the season Wycs triumphed with a last-minute drop goal in Oxfordshire and they are hoping that home advantage will help them complete a vital double.

Club manager Dave Hunt said: "It's a massive match. If we beat them we can move away from them at the bottom but it's not just them we're battling against. We've got to move away from the other teams at the bottom."

Wycs know they have got to start building points and climbing away from the relegation trapdoor, starting with the weekend's clash, because no-one knows how many teams will get relegated this year.

Hunt said: "They make it up as they go along so we've just got to make sure we get away from the bottom end of the table."

Wycs could be without skipper Adam Stubbs for Saturday's four-pointer (ko 2.30pm).

He injured his shoulder in last week's 44-7 thrashing at Abbey and is extremely doubtful to be fit by the weekend.

Half back Josh Potter was also injured in the clash but he is rated more likely to pull through in time than Stubbs.

Last week at Abbey, Wycs conceded two early tries and lost Stubbs in the first ten minutes.

But they rallied, pulling it back to 10-7 with a try from Kieran Mann until it went pear-shaped in the second half as Abbey ran in four unanswered tries.