Halesowen Town manager Morell Maison has urged his players to gate crash the BGB Premier Division promotion party as they set their sights on top spot.

The Yeltz are now joint top with Kings Lynn after a 3-0 win away at Yate Town last Saturday, and five points clear of third-placed Team Bath, although they both have games in hand on Halesowen.

The manager, is now keen to see his side keep the pressure on by picking up maximum points at Chippenham on Saturday before welcoming Gloucester City to the Grove next Tuesday.

Maison said: "I think Kings Lynn and Team Bath thought they were going to be only battling out against each other for the top spot but we have now joined that party.

"I think it's fair to say it's a three-horse race and even though they have got games in hand I still think we will have a fighting chance.

"All we are concerned with is our games because I'm confident the other results will take care of themselves.

"We've just got to hang on in their until the final ten games and then it will all depend on who's got the best sprint finish.

"We are a club both on and off the field who are working and determined to get to the Conference North and we want to get there as champions."

Looking ahead to Saturday's clash Maison will be without Nick Amos.

Last year's player of the season is suspended but after turning down an approach from Banbury is in discussions about a move to Bromsgrove Rovers.

Rodney Hicks will also be on the sidelines with an ankle injury that is set to keep him out for more than a month.

Coming back into the frame will be recent signing Ikechi Anya who sat out the Yate win.

The Yeltz will then host Gloucester on Tuesday (7.45pm kick-off) in a re-arranged fixture.

The original game was abandoned at half-time last month due to a waterlogged pitch.

In recognition of this the Yeltz board have reduced the admission prices for the clash.

On the night adults will be able to get in for £5 while OAP's and children under 16 will get in for only £2.

With this in mind Maison added: "I would like to thank all the fans for their support since I joined, particularly those that have turned out in the bad weather over recent weeks."

In the Midland Alliance, Causeway United continue to impress beating Barwell 1-0 at home on Saturday thanks to a Mark Smith header.

United head to Coventry Sphinx on Saturday (3pm kick-off) in what is exepected to be striker Rob Taylor's last game before going back to Stourbridge.

Meanwhile bottom of the table Cradley Town will welcome Loughborough to Stourbridge Road on Saturday (3pm kick-off).