West Norfolk - with only one defeat to their name - who welcome the Cambridge club.A week later, it is third-placed
To cap an exhilarating run of fixtures, Stowmarket make the same journey on December 4 to try their luck against Wests.
Stowmarket are proving to be the division's powerhouse team, having rattled up an incredible 339 points in just seven games. That includes 100-plus victories over Fakenham and Haverhill.
Although Cantabrigians have won all their games, conceding just 34 points, their matches have been much closer.
It will be interesting to see which team's tactics prevail.
Stowmarket Seconds are at home to Bury Thirds on Saturday in Suffolk Merit One.