WINDSOR head coach Anthony Andrews is confident no team can live with his side in their current vein of form.

The Home Park-based club won their last nine matches in Southern Counties North to secure second position in the table and their ticket in the end-of-season promotion play-off.

Windsor welcome Southern Counties South runners-up Marlborough to Home Park this Saturday (3pm) and Andrews is focusing on what his team can do.

He told the Observer: “Marlborough have got a large Pacific Islands influence in their squad and that’s where their coach is from.

“Marlborough will be a team set up to attack really well and I expected them to be a side that will test our defence.

“We will keep half an eye on them but if we keep on playing the way we have been I can’t see anyone living with us.

“The message to the guys has been not to worry about them too much and focus on what we’ve been doing well for the last six months. We’ve gone from strength to strength.

“Hopefully we can blow them away in the first-half like we did Reading Abbey last weekend and I can have a nice and relaxing second-half.”

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