ONLY a bonus-point win will do for Bedwas at relegated Neath tomorrow (kick-off 2.30pm), says Stefan Sankala.

The Bridge Field boss is desperate to see his side take all the spoils on offer after blotting their copybook against Bridgend last time out.

Bedwas led fellow Principality Premiership relegation candidates Bridgend 31-10 with 15 minutes to go, before the Ravens crossed twice to snatch a losing bonus point.

Sankala’s troops still lead Bridgend in the battle to avoid the drop, but those late tries mean the Brewery Field outfit are three points behind instead of four.

Bedwas, who have played two games more than the Ravens, are currently in line to face Pontypool in a play-off for the right to feature in next season’s top flight.

However, Bridgend are one place below and entertain Llanelli, immediately above Bedwas, in a crunch fixture tomorrow.

“The ideal scenario would be for Bridgend to win and lose the rest of their games, but I can’t see that happening,” said Sankala. “It’s going down to the wire.

“About six weeks ago, I said that four wins would be enough to keep us up, but that is definitely not the case.

“I probably would take a play-off now, although that’s going to be a tough task.”

He added: “I’m not naïve enough to think we’ll go down to Neath and win easily.

“Although judging by their recent performances and results, we’d like to think we can pick up five points.

“Because Bridgend picked up a bonus point against us, I’d say that four points won’t be enough.”

Reflecting on a highly-charged occasion against Bridgend, he said: “The boys were at the races last week on what was an emotional day.

“We had built that game up so much and everyone felt it at the end, but it certainly wasn’t part of the plan for Bridgend to get a losing bonus point after such a strong first half.”