The Bulls are back with yet another away fixture as they travel up to Wisbech Town.
They face the Fenmen after two weeks without a fixture at all, as their trip to Marske United two weeks ago was postponed before last weekend had no tie set for AFC.
The Bulls took a 1-1 draw from promotion chasers Ossett last time out, but the long break will have given plenty of time for some tweaks.
A win for Stocksbridge and a draw for Pickering last weekend meant that Mark Ward's side slipped down to 16th in the East Division table, but the Bulls do have a game in hand on the teams around them and could push themselves six points clear of danger on Saturday afternoon.
It's a crucial game on Saturday as the two teams neighbour each other down the wrong end of the table, with AFC just a point ahead of Wisbech.
The Fenmen will be hoping to avoid being handed a fifth defeat on the bounce, as March continued to be miserable for Town with a 4-0 thrashing dished out by Ossett last weekend.
The Bulls will have to cope without several players, as Jon D'Laryea and Ben Partridge both remain injured after picking up knocks in the draw at Ossett.
Charlie Dawes will also be unavailable, whilst Keaton Ward has returned to Mansfield Town following the end of his short loan deal.
Elgoods Fenland Stadium Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire