Bath City will be desperate to breathe new life into their Blue Square Bet Premier campaign when they host AFC Telford United on Saturday afternoon.
The Romans currently prop up the standings after claiming just one victory from their opening 22 league matches this season, marking a stark contrast in the form that saw them earn a top-10 finish last term.
The Bucks, meanwhile, have fared only marginally better than their weekend opponents, with Andy Sinton's men finding themselves in 17th place after claiming 23 points so far this term.
On the team front, Bath boss Adie Britton could have the luxury of a fully-fit squad to choose from for Saturday's clash.
Charlie Clough returns to contention after serving a one-match ban, while striker Jamie Cook is rated doubtful with a minor rib injury.
The Lilywhites look set to be without Elliot Chamberlain as the on-loan striker has been struggling with breathing problems since before the 1-1 draw against Luton Town on Tuesday.
Manager Andy Sinton has warned his charges to be wary of complacency this weekend, telling the club's official website: "We beat them 2-1 at home and I thought they were a good side.
"I actually said on the day I didn't think they'd finish bottom. They're still there because they've got into a bit of a rut, but if you have a good fortnight in this league it can push you up and if you have a bad fortnight like we've done you're looking over your shoulder.
"I'd like to think we're back on track but I never take things too badly when things are going wrong because there's always another day, and I never get too carried away when we're winning because football has a habit of biting you."
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