Welling United go on the road for the penultimate time in their league season on Saturday as they head to St Alban City (3pm). 

With four games to go, the Wings are looking to finish the season in style and will be hoping to build on the Easter Monday victory over Eastbourne Borough. 

Indeed, Warren Feeney’s men have lost just one of their last four and have only lost once in their last five away games. 

The target for the remainder of the campaign will be to thrust themselves up the table as much as possible with 12 points up for grabs.

Meanwhile, Feeney will be checking on the fitness of Taylor Maloney, Chi Ezennolim and Sasik Balarabe, while Amadou Kassarate will serve the fourth match of his five-game ban. 

St Albans City are in the hunt for promotion via the play-offs and will be looking to consolidate their place in the play-off positions on Saturday. 

They currently sit in sixth place with a four-point cushion on eighth place, but will be wary having played more games then many of the teams in the hunt to take their play-off berth. 

David Noble’s side have lost just one of their last seven games and come into this weekend’s match off the back of a 2-1 victory at Concord Rangers on Monday thanks to an injury-time winner. 

They will be without the suspended Riccardo Di Trolio after the defender was dismissed in the recent draw with Chippenham Town. 

Warren Feeney: “It’s going to be a tough game. They’re a good side with a good manager in Nobes [David Noble], I like him a lot.

“But we’re off the back of a decent bit of form and have to go there full of confidence. The boys have reacted well – we’ve had players in makeshift positions, but they’ve done really well which I’m pleased with.”

St Albans City boss, David Noble: “The next three games will be big. Welling on Saturday, Dartford the week after that and Farnborough on the last day of the season – three tough games. 

“We need the fans. It was good to give them something to smile about [on Monday] and we’re going to need them. We’ll do our best, 100%.”

Tickets for Saturday’s game are available to purchase online at the following prices: 

Adult: £16.50
Concession: £11
18-21: £8
12-17: £6
U12: Free with accompanying adult

Click here to get your tickets for St Albans City v Welling United

There will be no Radio Wings coverage for Saturday’s game. 

Supporters will be able to follow the action with regular updates via the official Twitter page. 

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