Jez George's Cambridge United will be targeting more of the same when 15th-placed Tamworth make the trip to the Abbey Stadium on Saturday.
The U's returned to winning ways with a 2-1 victory over AFC Telford last weekend to remain within striking distance of the play-off zone.
George could be tempted to hand debuts to new signings Andy Pugh and Brett Johnson, who both joined the Blue Square Bet Premier club this week.
However, striker Pugh is likely to take up a place on the bench after recently recovering from a knee injury.
Defender Josh Coulson faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a torn groin during the victory over Telford.
Liam Hughes is available for selection recovering from a throat infection, while Harrison Dunk should be fit to play after shrugging off a dead leg.
Meanwhile, Tamworth are winless in their last seven league games and will be desperate to put an end to the poor run of form.
"These next few games are massive for us," manager Marcus Law told the Tamworth Herald.
"We don't play anyone outside the top ten until sometime in March.
"In that time we could put ourselves in among the teams challenging for a top ten spot or we could find ourselves fighting a relegation battle. There's so much to play for.
"There are no easy games coming up and I know I have said it before but it really is time for us to stand up and show what we can do."
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By gmoore on Sat, 15th June 13