Jersey Bulls defender Luke Campbell says the Combined Counties Division One title looks "inevitable" for his side after they sealed promotion with 11 games to go.

The Bulls are 21 points clear at the top of the table and are assured of their place in the top four after beating British Airways 2-0 at Springfield on Saturday.

The win, their 27th from 27 games, is also a league record and took them to 99 goals in their debut season.

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Jersey's competitive winning streak stretches back to the beginning of August, when they beat Ash United 3-0 on the opening weekend of the season.

They only have three home matches left but still face some challenges if they are to maintain their 100% record in league and cup.

On Tuesday 17 March Gary Freeman's side travel to Combined Counties Premier Division leaders Ascot United in the quarter-finals of the Premier Challenge Cup.

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The club will have to wait for confirmation from the Football Association about which division they will play in next season.

If, like Guernsey FC, they move up to Combined Counties Premier, they would be just one promotion away from where the Green Lions are now.

Guernsey also secured promotion in their debut season in 2011/12, but lost two and drew one game on the way to the title.

I think with the group of players we've got, I know we're a talented bunch and I think when we set our stall out at the start of the season, I thought we'd always aim to be up there. Now I think the title's probably going to be inevitable, but I always thought we'd go for it to be fair.

Luke Campbell, Jersey Bulls FC