Yate Town take on Moneyfields in the Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South play-off semi-final at Lodge Road tonight.

Paul Britton's side will be hoping to bounce back quickly from their 3-0 defeat Street on Saturday as they look to win promotion.

Britton spoke exclusively to the Gazette ahead of the big game.

Read his Q&A with Paul Joannou here.

PJ: "The league season didn't quite end as you'd have like, why do you think that was?"

PB: "Had dip at the wrong time. We're not defending well. Maybe it's nerves or fatigue."

PJ: "You can still earn promotion via the play-offs. Any injury concerns ahead of the game?"

PB: "We didn't play Nick Peare against Street so he'll be back for the play-offs."

PJ: "You take on Moneyfields in the semi-final. Were they at team you'd have preferred over the others?"

PB: "Us and Moneyfields are the teams without form. Cirencester and Cinderford are in form so one will be knocked out and I think they'd have preferred to play one of us so maybe finishing third was better."

PJ: "You could have won the title but in the end finished third, would you have taken third back in August though?

PB: "We would have bitten your hand off with third. Since I've been here with finished 18th and 14th before this season."

PJ: "Regardless of what happens in the play-offs, how do you rate this season?"

PB: "Very successful season. No one would have backed us so let's see if we can make a terrific season into a better one.

"We need to make sure it's not a one season success because we've made massive strides."