Alfreton Town manager Nicky Law says his team have nothing to fear as they prepare to face a Nuneaton Town side who have already twice defeated the Reds this season.
Law’s side have fallen to a brace of 2-0 defeats in Warwickshire, firstly in the league back on November 7 and then in the FA Trophy three weeks later also at Liberty Way.
However, with the Reds currently unbeaten in seven games in all competitions including the last five in the league, Law says Saturday’s visitors to the Impact Arena will face a side with a different outlook than the last times they clashed.
“We have played them twice and they have beat us twice but we are a different proposition now so hopefully when they come it will be a different game for them and it is a game we are confident we can go and win” said Law.
“We had a disaster when we took four points out of thirty but we have given ourselves a chance again with the run we are on.
“When you are losing games it is always fine lines but we have turned the mentality around.
“Our aim is to get to the 45-point mark, that is what (tally) stayed in the league last year. That is our first goal and we take what comes.
“But, if we continue to play like we are doing, who knows? We are a match for anybody in this division” ended Law.
Next Monday sees Alfreton begin the first of three successive away league games when they travel to take on Curzon Ashton in the league. Kick-off is 7.45pm.