NATIONAL League South bottom side Billericay Town, who parted ways with manager Jody Brown in the week, will look to rise from the foot of the table on Saturday as they host Bath City.

Brown was dismissed after the Blues conceded their fourth consecutive defeat away at Chelmsford City on Monday.

Now, with four games of the season remaining, Billericay need to recover their one point deficit on Welling United in order to beat the drop.

Elsewhere in the sixth tier, Concord Rangers look to finish the season in strong fashion but face a tough test away at Dorking Wanderers.

Saturday’s round of fixtures will be the final matches of Isthmian Premier sides’ seasons.

But East Thurrock United still have a lot to play for, should they lose to Horsham and Merstham beat Carshalton Athletic, the Rocks will be relegated.

However, if Marc Harrison and Liam Wallace’s side can match or better Merstham’s result, they will beat the immediate drop.

If East Thurrock cannot overtake Cray Wanderers, who sit one place and one points above the Rocks in the standings, then Harrison and Wallace’s team potentially face the drop, depending on their points per game tally compared to others in the same position at step three level.

Safe from relegation, Bowers & Pitsea play their last match of the Rob Small era away at Lewes.

It is also the last match day of the Isthmian North campaign, and an all-Essex clash sees Hashtag United host Canvey Island.

Both sides have nothing but points to gain on the day, as the Gulls’ title charge came to an end on Monday with Aveley crowned champions, and the Tags sit seven points from the playoffs with one game to go.

But Brad Wellmen’s side could confirm second spot with victory.

Basildon United, Great Wakering Rovers and Hullbridge Sports all had eighth tier safety confirmed on Monday.

The Bees visit AFC Sudbury, while Rovers host Dereham Town.

To round off the Isthmian North season, Hullbridge host the already promoted Aveley.