EVESHAM United boss Paul Collicutt urged as many fans as possible to go to Salisbury tomorrow night to support them in the Southern League Division One South and West play-off semi-finals (7.45pm).

A big crowd is expected at the Ray McEnhill Stadium and Collicutt would love to see a good number of United fans wearing red and white in Wiltshire.

Evesham will have to do it the hard way if they are going to win promotion to the Premier Division with a potential away final awaiting next Monday (3pm).

The Robins finished fifth in the table and face their second-placed hosts with Tiverton Town and Taunton Town facing off in the other match.

Collicutt said: “I know it’s midweek and difficult for people to get time off work but it’s a massive game for the club and we need the fans' backing.

“Our supporters have been magnificent at home and away all season and we need their support for the final push.

“The players and I really appreciate the time and effort put in by our loyal band of followers throughout the season and I hope we can repay them by reaching next Monday’s final.”

The Robins ended the regular season with a 4-2 win at AFC Totton thanks to goals from Mark Magee (2), Carl Brown and Paul Fahy.

Collicutt will hope star striker Lance Smith passes a late fitness test on his ankle injury.

He said: “We were excellent in the opening 45 minutes but with seven changes to the starting line-up that faced Hereford we had one or two tired legs in the second half with a good number not having 90 minutes for a while.

“It was important to get the game done and dusted without picking up any more injuries but unfortunately Garyn Preen came off with a thigh strain to add to our long list of casualties.

“We go to Salisbury in the play-offs and are all looking forward to it.

"We will go as underdogs but that suits us down to the ground because I know the lads are determined to do it for all the guys who won't be wearing the shirt after having their season cut short through injury.

“Salisbury have a good pitch that will suit us and they're enjoying a good run of results. They will have a big crowd and we can't wait to get the game on.”