Vikings look to continue unbeaten run

Shaya Almousa is back in the Vikings' starting line-up on Saturday.

Shaya Almousa is back in the Vikings' starting line-up on Saturday.

SEBASTOPOL Vikings' battle to avoid relegation from Football Federation Victoria men's state league four continues when Point Cook heads to town on Saturday.

The Vikings have climbed to eighth on the table - six points clear of the drop zone - thanks to a run of form that has them unbeaten in the past six rounds.

Sebastopol coach Michael Busija told The Courier he felt six more points from the remaining five games would ensure his team is safe from relegation.

"If we can win at least two more games that will take care of it. We don't want to rely on other teams losing, we want to make sure we are safe as quickly as we can," Busija said.

Joshua Antonelli will miss Saturday's clash through suspension, as will brother Alex with a hamstring injury, leaving Matt Jamieson and Shaya Almousa to come back into the starting line-up.

Busija said the Point Cook side - which won 2-1 earlier in the season against the Vikings - had some dangerous players, including former Socceroo Joe Spiteri.

"We have got the ability to negate (Spiteri's) influence and if we can take advantage of our dominance and chances we will go a long way to winning," he said.

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