Whitehaven fans have the final chance to laud their team on Sunday as the Recreation Ground stages its last game of the regular season.

West Wales are probably the least attractive opposition, stuck at the bottom of League One, but another bumper crowd is anticipated to roar Haven onto the first of the two victories they need to seal the title.

More than 2,300 witnessed the derby draw with Workington Town and, previously, over 1,000 saw Haven beat their closest rivals in League One, Oldham.

Chairman Tommy Todd said: “It would have been the perfect ending to the season if we had to beat West Wales to win the league but that is unlikely to be the case on Sunday.

“Oldham go to Coventry and you would expect them to win that. Provided we win our game that would keep us two points ahead with one to play - at Coventry.”

So Haven - with the lowest scoring differential in the top five - have an opportunity to improve that particular stat as they have to play the two teams with the leakiest defences in the league.

But coaches Gary Charlton and Jonty Gorley will insist on no show-boating from their players as the basic aim is to win both games which would give them the championship.

Charlton said: “We are not taking anybody for granted. The league title hasn’t been won yet and we will show respect to both sets of opposition, regardless of where they are in the league.

“The lads have had a break over the weekend and know what’s required of them.”

Jessie Joe Parker, who has not featured for Haven recently, is expected to be back in contention for a place against West Wales.

“It’s looking like we will have a full squad to pick from and I expect they all will have the chance to make a contribution,” said Charlton.