The Rams fine form of late will undergo a thorough examination when Marske United come to town.
Impressive successive victories away to Prescot Cables (2-1) and at home to City of Liverpool (5-0) followed a 1-1 draw with Runcorn Linnets in a game that should have seen the Rams collect another three points.
Manager Chris Willcock’s readjusted squad now appears to be hitting the sort of form that they enjoyed last season, and the team currently lie in eighth position with 23 points from 13 games in a Division that is as tight as anyone can remember for many a year.
Visitors from the north east, Marske United are just one point ahead but sit as high as third, and with a couple of games in hand, could well rise to the summit.
They have only suffered one league defeat all season, so should prove a tough test for a team currently buoyant after the thrashing of City of Liverpool on Tuesday night.
It promises to be a tight affair, but with both teams on top of their game, should prove to be a highly entertaining match worthy of a good turn-out from the supporters.