Adam Murray says Boston United will head to Brackley with nothing to fear.
Although the Pilgrims boss was quick to point out that the Saints are no slouches, he says his side make the journey to Northamptonshire brimming with confidence.
A strong record on the road and a good 2-0 home victory against Salford City last Saturday mean Boston are brimming with confidence.
“We’re, away from home, very good,” Murray said.
“We’ll go there with a gameplan against another team that’s done well this season.
“But we’re full of confidence and we believe in ourselves.
“On our day we can beat anyone in this league.”
Brackley sit eighth in the table, seven places and 16 points above Boston, who they beat 3-2 at the Jakemans Stadium in November.
They responded from a three-game losing streak with back-to-back 2-1 wins against Telford and Worcester and still have a good chance of sneaking into the play-offs.
Kick off at St James Park will be at 3pm.