STUART Wedge says Himley should change nothing ahead of a massive bank holiday double bill.

The Stourbridge Road club sit second in the BirminghamLeague Premier Division and will look to make a big move in the title race when they visit West Bromwich Dartmouth on Saturday and then host Wolverhampton on Monday.

Last weekend’s winning draw at Shrewsbury stretched Himley’s unbeaten run to 11 matches and the skipper says his side just have to keep producing the goods.

He said: “We will try and keep things simple. We know what we have got to do, go out there and play our game and and get as many points as possible.

“What we have been doing so far this season is fantastic.

“There is a bit of a group forming behind us now but in all honesty I’m not thinking about other teams.

“We have to concentrate on our own game.”

Walsall have been the team to catch at the top all season but their lead over Himley is now 22 points with five games to play. Berkswell, Brockhampton and Wolverhampton cannot be ruled out either if any of those teams hit form.

Himley will be hoping for more big performances from batsman Nathan Round, who scored a beautifully crafted unbeaten 100 at Shrewsbury, while overseas star Rajat Bhatia scored 62 in the visitors total of 218-5.

An innings of 53 from Ryan Bishop helped Shrewsbury reach 109-1 at one stage of their reply but Bhatia and then Ashfak Hussain, who took 3-53, helped stem the flow as the hosts eventually finished on 183-8.

Wedge added: “It was nice for Nathan to get his first ton for us, on what wasn’t an easy wicket to bat on.

“I know it pleased him, he has been itching to get more runs. The partnership between him and Rajat was the one which really made the game for us.”