DORSET skipper Luke Webb admitted it would be “fantastic” to guide his side to Unicorns T20 finals day as they prepare for a group-deciding double header.

Webb’s troops, who have recorded six wins out of six, head to South Wilts to take on second-place Wiltshire on Sunday (11am).

Avoiding defeat in either game would see Dorset progress to the climax of the competition, with the semi-finals and final set to be held at Wormsley on August 25.

Asked what it would mean to guide the county to the last four in his first year as captain, Webb told the Daily Echo: “It would be absolutely fantastic. I am not going to play it down.

“If we could get to that T20 finals day, for the county it would be a massive thing. Having that day and getting everyone up to Wormsley to watch would be fantastic.”

He added: “One win now guarantees it.

“We are looking no further than that first game. I am 100 per cent confident, if we can play the cricket we have played this season, then we will pick up the win we need.

“We are well aware of Wiltshire’s strength. They have had a very good T20 campaign as well ¬- hence why we have got a 100 per cent win record and still not qualified.

“We know all their players very well and they are a very strong side. Make no bones about it, we are going to have to be at our very best to qualify.”

Hosts Wiltshire have won three of their six contests with one defeat, one abandoned game and a tie.

Two victories for them over Dorset would put qualification between the pair down to net run-rate.

Dorset are without Somerset leg-spinner Max Waller but have brought in Hampshire wicketkeeper-batsman Lewis McManus.

“Max is unavailable but Lewis has come in,” added Webb.

“It’s really good to have Lewis involved. Lewis’s experience and his quality goes without saying, he is a top player.

“It will be a shame to be without Max but we have the quality in our bowling and I fully back our bowlers to be able to deliver 20 tight overs.”

Dorset: (from) E Bartlett, B Currie, Digby, Eckland, Ellis, McCoy, McManus, Naik, Organ, Porter, Scott, Webb, Young.