Workington Reds hope to end their relegation season with a win this afternoon when they travel to take on Scarborough Athletic (3pm kick-off).

Reds are set to drop out of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League after a dire campaign which saw managerial changes, injury problems and a poor home record as they failed to replicate the form which saw them reach the play-offs multiple times with the bulk of this squad.

They will play their last game in the division for at least the next 12 months when they take on Athletic at the Flamingo Land Stadium today and will hope to at least go out with three points ahead of a crucial summer.

Chairman John Mackay said: "You want to go out with a win if you can.

"It's been a season that nobody wanted and of course it won't make a difference to that if we do get three points but a victory at the end of the season would be the best way to finish.

"Nobody will expect us to win but at this stage of the season there are a lot of funny results as you always see in this division."

Scarborough have been in the hunt for promotion this season but fell just short and will finish between seventh and ninth.

Meanwhile, applications closed yesterday afternoon for the club's vacant managerial role after the news that Lee Andrews will step down and work to draw up a shortlist for the position was set to begin last night.