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What is still to be decided in the Bostik Premier League?

This week we will be taking a look at what the state of play is in each of the Step 3 divisions, up next is the Bostik Premier League! 

The Top 

1 Dorking Wanderers P41 F85 A31 +54 90
2 Haringey Borough P41 F73 A52 +21 71
3 Tonbridge Angels P41 F58 A44 +14 70
4 Carshalton Athletic P41 F68 A48 +20 68
5 Bishop’s Stortford P41 F69 A55 +14 67
6 Merstham P41 F56 A48 +8 67
7 Folkestone Invicta P41 F76 A58 +18 66
8 Worthing P41 F70 A59 +11 65

The title race has already been decided after Dorking Wanderers blew away all of their opponents to canter to their thirteenth promotion in the last nineteen years, however the play-off battle continues to be finely poised.

As things stand only second placed Haringey Borough have secured their place in this summer’s lottery.

Tonbridge Angels look relatively secure in third place but face a potentially tricky trip to Potters Bar on the season’s final day, while it is fourth verses fifth in a mouth watering encounter as Bishop’s Stortford travel to Carshalton Athletic.

Whoever slips up at the War Memorial Sports Ground will face a worrying challenge from three sides who are all eyeing that final play-off spot.

In pole position are Merstham, who have enjoyed a superb campaign under manager Hayden Bird. However, in what represents another huge fixture, The Moatsiders will travel to a Worthing side on Saturday who still harbour ambitions of a play-off place themselves!

Meanwhile, seventh placed Folkestone Invicta play host to Bognor Regis Town.

The bottom 

19 Wingate & Finchley P41 F53 A84 -31 40
20 Whitehawk P41 F46 A72 -26 38
21 Burgess Hill Town P41 F42 A87 -45 37
22 Harlow Town P41 F50 A103 -53 34

Harlow Town have already had their fate sealed but the battle to avoid those final two relegation places is still alive.

In another standout fixture, Burgess Hill Town, who currently sit in 21st position will have to perform a minor miracle at Wingate & Finchley and enable a fourteen goal swing if they are to have any chance of staying up.

Finally, Whitehawk know that they must beat Corinthian-Casuals and hope that the Blues slip up against Burgess Hill Town if they are to continue playing Step 3 football next season and avoid what would turn out to be a second straight relegation.

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