Bridgwater and Albion host high flying Clevedon on Saturday at College Way where the kick off is at 3pm.
The Albion came off second best when the two sides met in the semi final of the Somerset Cup at Weston super Mare last week so know they know what to expect from the play-off chasing side.
Looking ahead to the game head coach Simon Morrell said: “We know Clevedon are a tough side so will have to be on top of our game on Saturday if we are to get the result that we want.
“However this is a league game, and we will be welcoming back several players from injury including Rob Allen.
“In addition to that we will have home advantage so the crowd will be very much on our side which is always a great help to the team.
Simon added: “After losing our last two games the boys wont need any motivation for this fixture so I am expecting a big game from everyone.”
Clevedon are coached by Nick Hill, who was formerly with the Albion and the north Somerset side is likely to include several former players including Tom Thie, Ben Purcell and Owen Biggins.