STOURBRIDGE'S fight for a top five finish could take a decisive turn when they go head-to-head with promotion rivals Poole Town tonight.

Fourth-placed Glassboys travel to fifth-place Poole with the aim of extending the current four point gap between the two sides. Even though Poole have four games in hand, a win would go a long way to helping Stour bag a Southern Premier play-off place.

Boss Gary Hackett thinks his players have nothing to fear after scoring more than 100 goals this season, but says it is key that they keep their nerve at the business end of the campaign.

"Even though there will be many twists and turns before the end of the season, we are well aware that we could do ourselves a big favour by winning the game," he said.

"Things can change very quickly from one week to the next so one of the most important things we need to do is keep our nerve.

"It is clear we have goals in us and we have also proved our ability in big games this season. We also go into the game with lots of confidence after a good run of results."

Stourbridge continued the play-off push by picking up another crucial three points away to a much-improved Frome outfit last Saturday.

Two first half goals from Leon Broadhurst and Kyle Haynes secured the win for the Glassboys.

Broadhurst put the Glassboys ahead on five minutes with a header from Ben Billingham's corner before and Haynes added the second with his first goal for the club. He stole in at the far post to convert a low cross on 21 minutes.

Despite playing against a troublesome wind throughout the second half, Stourbridge comfortably saw out the game.

Stourbridge don't play this weekend. There next game will see them take on AFC Tottan at the Memorial Ground on Saturday, April12.

The Glassboys again boosted their ranks this week by adding forward Brian Smikle to the squad from Conference North side Altrincham.

He follows last week's arrival of defender Joel Kettle from Sutton Coldfield.