Yoker Athletic need at least two points to ensure their Super First Division status according to assistant manager Graeme George.

Their incredible 6-4 win against Blantyre Victoria relegated the Castle Park side, with two relegation spots remaining and Irvine Victoria also going down.

Shotts Bon Accord look unlikely to catch the Whe-Ho, they need to win their remaining two games and overturn a 29-goal swing to catch Yoker.

Athletic look set to compete with Cumbernauld United and Maryhill, with the latter still having to catch up on league games due to being in cup competitions.

And George thinks a win from one of their last games against Petershill, Girvan and Irvine Meadow will seal their league status.

He said: “Maryhill and Cumbernauld are still to play each other, the thing is Cumbernauld’s three games are all at home and one of them is to Blantyre who are already away, and the other one is Glencairn who are still trying to win it. It could go either way, but it’s still in our hands.”

But first Yoker face a cup tie against Shotts on Saturday, as the Holm Park side look to continue their unbeaten streak.

He added: “That’s five league games we’ve not been beaten now, we’ve won three of them and drawn two. They’ve given themselves every chance to be fair, we just need to wait and see what the next three games bring.

“We’ve got a wee distraction with the cup tie and see where we go from there.”

“Arguably, it’s got its pros and cons, it gives you time to see how the other teams do and see if they catch up.”

Kick-off is at 2pm on Saturday at Hannah Park.