EAGER Town Reserve coach Jon Dungworth is urging fans to come down to the Galpharm tomorrow to back the bid for second-string glory.
Dungworth's side take on Doncaster Rovers (2.00) knowing victory in their final two games will clinch the Pontin's Holidays League Division I East title and promotion.
Town's final match is on Wednesday, April 27 at current leaders Scunthorpe United, who suffered a big setback yesterday, when they lost 1-0 at derby rivals Grimsby Town.
Former Sheffield Wednesday defender Tony Crane headed the winner just two minutes into the clash.
Scunthorpe's loss meant they remained just two points above Town, with both sides having played 16.
Doncaster are three points behind Town with a game in hand.
Dungworth's side, which usually includes a string of Academy players, can boast eight successive League wins: 4-0 at home to Lincoln, 2-1 at Halifax, 2-1 at home to Grimsby, 2-1 at home to Boston, 1-0 at home to Halifax, 1-0 at Darlington, 3-1 at home to Notts County and 1-0 at Lincoln.
They also won 1-0 at Rochdale in the League Cup, and the coach is in positive mood going into tomorrow's clash.
"It's tight at the top, with just one promotion spot up for grabs," said the former striker.
"We've got our work cut out because both Doncaster and Scunthorpe beat us early in the season.
"But they were tight games (2-1 in both cases) and we haven't been beaten since mid-November, when we went down 2-1 at York, so we can have plenty of confidence.
"Grimsby have done us a huge favour with that win over Scunthorpe, and now we know our destiny is in our own hands. Two wins and we're up."