SOUTH Woodford skipper Richard Browne knows it is win, or bust for his troops this weekend if they are to have any hopes of maintaining their Premier League status.

The Highfield Road outfit also know that rivals Chingford will have to slip up in their clash at Ardleigh Green, and hope they secure only their second league win of the season at home to Hainault to avoid the drop.

That is because they sit ten points adrift of their main rivals, following defeat at Saffron Walden on Saturday.

“We know we've got to win to give ourselves any chance of staying up,” stated Browne “Chingford have got a tough game against Ardleigh, and the lads know there is still a chance we can stay up.

“It has been a tough season for us back in the Premier League and perhaps we have to hold our hands up and say had Saffron Walden not pulled out of the league we would have already been relegated.

“But there is still a real chance we can stay up and we've just got to believe in ourselves on the day and hopefully get a win, which I believe will see us safe.

“I just hope the weather stays with us otherwise we are in real trouble.”