DORCHESTER Town boss Callum Brooks insists beating BetVictor Southern Premier South leaders Chesham United tomorrow (3pm) could be a catalyst for the struggling Magpies.

Brooks’ men, in 21st, make the journey to Buckinghamshire having taken just one victory from 10 league games, while Chesham top the standings having won their past four league matches.

Dorchester also face Gosport and Farnborough before December as the Magpies look to elevate themselves above the bottom three.

Speaking to Echosport, Brooks felt winning “has to happen” for the county town side sooner rather than later.

He said: “(The games) are all big now, we can’t hide that fact. We’ve talked for a long time about when it clicks, when we get players back from injury.

“We’re at the time now where it just has to happen. The next three or four games are do or die.”

On Chesham, he added: “It is a tough assignment, but it’s an assignment we’ve got to embrace.

“Going somewhere like Chesham and winning could be the result which turns this whole situation around for us.

“When you’re under pressure, you’re under pressure – it’s difficult. We’ve just got to take the emotion out of it and absolutely give it everything to put ourselves in the best position.

“We’ve got to make it happen, simple as that, and why can’t we?

“We went to Salisbury a couple of weeks back and made four or five clear-cut chances in the first half.

“It’s not an impossible task. We want to be winning games and right now it doesn’t matter whether it’s Chesham or a team down the bottom, our mentality has to be ‘we’ve got to die before we come back without a result.’

“If we do that, we can’t do any more.”

Dorchester will welcome back star duo Tom Blair and Tom Bath, but Kyle Egan (knee) remains out.

“Adding them back to the group strengthens us up, without a doubt,” Brooks added.