Boston Town insist there’ll be no taking their foot off the gas as they finally conclude their UCL Premier campaign this evening.
It’s take four tonight as Wellingborough arrive at Tattershall Road (KO 7.45pm).
Twice the winter weather conditions caused the contest to be postponed earlier this season, before last Tuesday when, with the match underway, floodlight failure saw the clash abandoned.
But despite the campaign concluding so late on, joint-boss Ian Dunn is adamant that the Poachers won’t be taking their task lightly.
“No way,” he said. “It’s like every other game, we’ll approach it properly.
“It’s not right that we think we can just turn up, get it over and done with and then think about the summer.
“The boys want to win every game they go into. This will be no different.”
This will be the last match in the UCL Premier fixture list but, no matter how seriously either team will take the match, it will have no real effect on the final standings.
Victory would see Town, currently in 10th, go level on points with ninth-placed Shepshed Dynamo, but they would need to win by 17 goal or more to move up a place.
Meanwhile, the Doughboys sit in 16th and could move up a place if they picked up three points, and two places if they win by six or more.
A draw would maintain the status quo.