CIRENCESTER Town will be aiming to make it five wins on the spin when they travel to Paulton Rovers on Saturday.

The Centurions are currently fourth in Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South, five points clear of sixth place Winchester.

Paulton are 16th but have a 14 point cushion over the relegation places.

Cirencester lost 5-3 to Paulton at the Corinium earlier in the season and manager Charlie Griffin is not taking them lightly given the scalps they've picked up so far this season.

"It'll be a tough game," said Griffin.

"They've beaten Moneyfields, Yate and drew with Blackfield and Langley so we'll need to prepare right for it."

After their trip to Paulton, Cirencester will take on high-flying Yate Town.

Griffin is hoping Ciren can carry momentum into that game which is one he is relishing.

"When we played Yate we were in the game but we conceded a sloppy goal.

"It's a game we're looking forward to."