Stowmarket Town face a tough challenge on Saturday at a March Town United side who have regained their killer instint.
The Cambridgeshire side have won their last five matches and, according to this Cambs Times report, are confident of making it six in a row.
Stow will be determined to get back to winning ways after last week's home Ridgeons League defeat at the hands of Whitton United, even without the benefit of a coaching session from former Scotland international John Wark.
The former Ipswich and Liverpool midfielder had hoped to help out at Tuesday's club training session but was called in to act as summariser for BBC Radio Suffolk at short notice. Instead, he hopes to make it to Greens Meadow within the next two weeks.
Meanwhile, centre back James Horsfall, left, has been named Stow's player of the month for September to win the Bruce Shanks Memorial Trophy.
A report on the club website praised him for an excellent month in defence alongside either Nathan Birch or Chris Smith.
Kristian Johnson won the reserve team award.
Stow Reserves face local derby action with a home match against their Needham Market counterparts and there is plenty of other action in the town and surrounding area with the first teams of Haughley, Old Newton and Cedars Park all at home.
Ridgeons League (3pm)
First Division: March Town Utd v Stowmarket Town.
Reserve Division North: Stowmarket Town Res v Needham Market Res.
Senior Division: Haughley Utd v Felixstowe Utd; Old Newton Utd v Woodbridge Ath.
Intermediate Division A: Woodbridge Ath Res v Old Newton Utd Res.
Intermediate Division B: East Bergholt Utd Res v Haughley Utd Res.
Division 4: Salvation Army Res v Coddenham.
Division 6: Sizewell Assoc Res v Cedars Park Res.
Suffolk Primary Cup (2.15pm)
2nd round: Aldeburgh Town v Old Newton Utd A; Cedars Park v AFC Crowley; Stonham Aspal Res v Salvation Army; Stowupland Falcons Res v Saxmundham Sports Res.