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DIDCOT Town manager Pete Foley believes the next four games could have a big impact on his team's Premier Division title aspirations.

Didcot embark on a spell of games against all their title challengers, starting with a home clash against Bishops Cleeve tomorrow.

In the next fortnight, the Loop Meadow outfit also have games against Highworth Town, Slimbridge and Brackley.

Foley said: "My players have to be mentally strong, and if we get through them unbeaten, it would give us a fantastic opportunity."

Despite leading the table, Foley warned that his team are not yet firing on all cylinders.

"We can still do better," he said. "There are four or five players who haven't reached their potential. They have to raise their game. They are in control of their own destiny, but I am not afraid to make changes."

Simon Dunlop (ankle) is a slight doubt, while Kai Ridley is suspended for Brackley Town's trip to Slimbridge.

Terry Muckelburg is fit again, Ben Elkington has signed from Easington, while Craig Pearman could make his debut if his transfer from Hook Norton is completed in time.

Abingdon United seek a quick double when they travel to Shortwood. United beat the Gloucestershire side 1-0 at Northcourt Road last week.

They will be without suspended duo Richard Peirson and Mark O'Hara, while James Organ is unavailable. David Champ (groin) is doubtful, as is Roger Charles, whose wife is expecting a baby.

In Division 1 East, Ross Tyler is doubtful with a leg injury as leaders Wantage Town travel to Eton Wick.

Ady Tinsley (ankle) also faces a fitness check, while Paul Day and Adam Pilling are unavailable.

Alex Lynch and talented teenager Tom Austin are added to the squad.

In-form Letcombe travel to Badshot Lea without three regulars.

Mark Delacoze is on holiday, while Ian Whatley and Danny Clark are both unavailable.

Middle Barton give a debut to Craig Hale in their Division 1 West clash at home to Adderbury Park.

Hale has produced a string of impressive displays in the reserves.

Danny Phillips returns from injury, but new signings Ronnie Williams and James White are unavailable.

Clanfield will be without suspended player-manager Mark Bowles for their home game against Cheltenham Saracens.

Richard Mace is also ruled out, while Dan Clifford has left the club.