Next up for the Rams is a trip to Valerie Park where they will be looking for a fifth consecutive league win.
It follows another impressive midweek victory beating Colne 3-1 thanks to goals from James Murphy, Eddie Cooper, and Godwin Abadaki.
This means Rammy go into the game having won four, drawn one, and lost one from the opening six games.
Manager Lee Donafee has insisted his side must be at their best despite the Cables tricky start to the campaign.
“Prescot Cables will be a game where we need to be at our best.” said Donafee.
“Although results have not gone their way in the league, they are still a great side with an exceptional fan base who will get behind the team and give them a lift.”
With regards to Rammy, the gaffer his hoping the lads can continue where they left off and register another three points at the weekend.
“We just need to stay focused on the three points, keep playing the way we have been, and grind out the result.”
“We have enough in the dressing room and the lads are looking forward to the game.
“I felt against Colne we showed great character and the desire to win the game the way we did was really pleasing.
“I will be hoping for the same if not more against Prescot.”
Donafee is keen to keep the consistency in the squad and is expected to name a similar squad once again on Saturday.
Will Hall has extended his loan for a further month from Altrincham.
Khalil Osi-Efa and Cameron Collins have joined Litherland REMYCA this week, they link up with Tom Glover who is also on-loan at the Merseyside based club.
Rams last met Prescot Cables last October, in what turned out to be the last game of the 2020/21 season.
Jamie Rainford played for Cables that day and netted a goal, he’ll be hoping to get on the scoresheet for Rammy tomorrow.
We look forward to seeing you in attendance tomorrow.