Boston Town will be taking nothing for granted when they travel to United Counties League whipping boys Huntingdon this weekend.
But anything less than three points would be a hugely disappointing return for Gary Frost's side.
The Croms are rock bottom of the league, having lost 10 league games in a row since Christmas, conceding 45 goals in the process.
Huntingdon have gone 22 league matches since their last win in October but they only lost 3-2 when they visited the DWB Stadium in the reverse fixture.
Leading goalscorer Curtis Revell will be hoping to add to his tally after becoming the first Boston player to hit double figures this season when he was on target against Leicester Niirvana last Saturday.
Victory against Huntingdon could see the Poachers move 13 points clear of the bottom two and leapfrog Oadby in the table.