BASILDON United head to Soham Town Rangers tomorrow knowing that a point will be enough to secure Isthmian North football next season.

The Bees are currently 17th in the standings, with Soham just one place and one point better off.

But John Sussex feels his side will need to keep a close eye on Sam Mulready, who has scored 21 league goals this season, if they are to come out on top.

"Soham have been playing really well recently," said the Bees boss.

"I've watched their game back against AFC Sudbury (which Soham won 3-0) and they were terrific.

"I have already gone against them when I was assistant manager at Witham Town and I know they like to play in a 4-4-2 formation and they're really difficult to break down.

"Sam Mulready only needs half a chance to score, so he is someone that we need to watch closely.

"Soham are well organised but not world beaters, so if we are well organised and work hard then we have a chance of getting a positive result."