Thetford Town manager Mark Scott is plotting the first of a trio of victories he believes will secure Premier Division football next season.
The Brecklanders (16th) host basement club Woodbridge Town at Mundford Road tomorrow (3pm), looking to end a run of eight matches without a win.
The Thetford boss said: “It’s a must-win game for us. I’ve targeted nine points from the last six matches, which I think will guarantee us safety.
“The Saturday after we are at Wivenhoe Town (20th) and if we can get six points from those two I think we’ll be safe.”
Scott added: “The next two games are crucial.
“It will take the pressure off the lads for the rest of the season.”
Thetford will assess the fitness of Arron Joseph (groin) and Bruno Tavares (knee) before the two teams meet at Mundford Road, while Sean O’Donnell and Steve Harley are expected to return.
Elsehwere, Mildenhall Town face a tough trip to second-placed Felixstowe and Walton United tomorrow (3pm).
Mildenhall boss Christian Appleford will have a full squad to choose from for the visit to Dellwood Avenue.
Hall played the title-chasers just three weeks ago, with Ryan Clark’s first-half strike the difference in a 1-0 away success for the Seasiders at Recreation Way.
Mildenhall are looking for an assistant manager and first team coach next season.
The club require someone to take on one or both of the roles alongside manager Appleford in the 2014/15 season.
Those interested should contact Appleford on 07920092426
Walsham-le-Willows host promotion-chasing Gorleston at Summer Road tomorrow (3pm).
The Willows (10th) are now looking over their shoulder after a run of one win in six has seen them almost drop into the bottom half of the table.
In the First Division, Team Bury travel to league leaders Whitton United tomorrow (3pm), before hosting Cornard United at Ram Meadow on Tuesday (7.45pm).
Ross Wilding’s side are looking for a third consecutive win, after two victories last week saw them open up a nine-point gap in the last automatic FA Cup spot available to 10th place.
Stowmarket Town (14th) look to get back to winning ways when they visit Dereham Town Reserves (15th) tomorrow (3pm).
The Old Gold and Blacks suffered defeats to two of the division’s top three sides last week, following five straight league wins that equalled the club’s best run in over 12 years.
Needham Market Reserves start a run of three matches in five days when they travel to Great Yarmouth Town Reserves tomorrow (3pm).
The Marketmen then host Braintree Town Reserves on Monday before welcoming Whitton United to Bloomfields on Wednesday (both 7.45pm), as they start a hectic schedule of 10 matches in 28 days.