Chichester will be using the remainder of their league campaign as a warm-up for the Sussex Cup semi-final with Lewes.

Despite being third from bottom in South Premier division one, Chichester cannot be relegated.

A maximum of four could have gone down from their division but it now seems only one will go down to South Premier division two after Lewes secured their survival in the National League.

With only two league games left, Chichester will be concentrating on their cup game with Lewes on April 5.

Player-coach Neil Pendle said: "We have been focussing on the cup game for a while. That is a big game for us and we are really looking forward to it. I think it could be a very even game."

Chichester are hoping to have their strongest side available for the semi-final. Short corner specialist Peter Turner returns to action at home to Oxted tomorrow, having not played since the first half of the season.

The in-form Adam Beere will be rested as he is nursing a back injury but he should be fit to face Lewes.

Sixteen-year-olds Ralph Veltom and Jack Lerwill keep their places in the squad. They have been highly impressive since breaking into the side.

Having avoided relegation themselves, Lewes entertain new champions Bowdon tomorrow in a game which has little riding on it.

Of more importance to Lewes is the 2nd XI game played on the pitch before them. Lewes must win to avoid relegation and hence the first team may play with only one substitute in order to make as many players available as possible for the 2nd XI.

Matt Lloyd and Giles Collins miss out through injury while Ryan Ibbotson is unavailable.

Champions Brighton will be presented with the Kent/Sussex Regional League trophy after tomorrow's game at home to Maidstone.

League secretary Adrian Kearney is due to make the presentation after Brighton clinched the title with a 1-0 win at Worthing last Saturday.

Brighton's first goal tomorrow will be their 100th of the season. Richard Cooke returns after missing last week's game as he was on holiday.

Brighton's Simon Acott has been selected to play for the South under-21 side at Indian Gymkhana on Sunday. Clubmates Kenny Rogers and Sam Page have been called up for the Sussex under-21 side.

Hamish White and Stuart Donaldson return for Horsham when they visit bottom side Old Williamsonians.

Victory should be enough to keep Horsham in this division for another season.

In Kent/Sussex division one, Crawley welcome back skipper Jamie Westwood, goalkeeper Gary Thornton and attacker Adrian Shuttleworth as they continue their fight against relegation at home to Burnt Ash.