Boston United have arrived at Grange Lane looking to end their run of poor results against North Ferriby United.
The two rivals clashed four times last season in both the league and FA Trophy.
And from those contests, the Pilgrims mustered one draw and were also beaten three times.
Boston defender Zak Mills is looking to end an unsatisfactory stint which has seen United win just once in the past six meetings with the Villagers.
“Ferriby are sort of our bogey team, but I don’t mind playing them,” he said.
“I enjoy the ground for some reason and I’m looking forward to it.
“We’ll turn up with the attitude that we’ll beat them, and hopefully that’ll be the case.”
In a bid to claim three points, Pilgrims boss Dennis Greene stuck with the same starting XI which earned a 3-1 victory over FC United of Manchester the previous Saturday, including left back Dylan McEvoy who has extended his work experience spell from Sunderland’s academy.
Boston are unbeaten in their past five matches, having recorded four wins and a draw.
UNITED: Ravas, Marrs, Mills, Piergianni, McEvoy, Garner, Richards, Roberts, M. Jones, Southwell, Robbins; Subs: Sarpong, Walker, Dixon, Johnson, Simmons.