DUDLEY Town boss Andy Allardice is targetting a derby double over rivals Dudley Sports to keep his side clear of relegation.
The Robins suffered a 5-2 home defeat against Wolverhampton Casuals last Saturday to leave them third-from-bottom in the West Midlands Premier League.
They now have two games remaining as they look to stay clear of the bottom two. They are seven points ahead of second-from-bottom outfit Wellington Amateurs but have played two games more.
With no game this weekend, all attention is now on their derby clash with Dudley Sports on April 22.
Allardice said: "I was disappointed with the second half against Casuals. They changed tactics at the break and bullied us a little.
"We have to just forget that quickly and focus on a really big game against Dudley Sports.
"Even though we don't play Saturday we'll be in training hard and getting ready.
"We will take confidence from the fact we have beaten them already this season and can hopefully get the win we need.
"We'll be up for it but I know they'll be fired up just the same. It'll be an interesting afternoon."