Gary Frost has warned his Boston Town side not to take basement boys Huntingdon lightly.
A last-gasp winner at Leicester Nirvana saw the Poachers open up a 10-point gap between themselves and Harrowby United in the United Counties League Premier Division’s drop zone on Saturday.
And victory over the Croms - who have just won twice all season - at Jubilee Park this weekend could deliver a hammer blow to the Arrows’ hopes of beating the drop.
“If results go our way we could have a 13-point lead, and that’s massive at this stage of the season,” said Frost, who marked his first game in the Town dug-out with a 3-2 win against Hun tingdon.
“But you can’t afford to take anyone lightly.
“We have to take every game seriously or you get caught out.”
Kick off on Saturday will be at 3pm.
Town are hoping to have Jason Field and Jordan Nuttall available for selection again.