Corby Town host Colwyn Bay on Saturday afternoon in the Blue Square Bet North.
The Steelmen, with new manager Chris Plummer at the helm, recorded their first victory of the season last weekend against in-form Workington and will be looking to build on that result against their opponents from North Wales.
Colwyn Bay have five successive league defeats going into the clash at Steel Park, having won their opening two matches against Solihull Moors and FC Halifax Town.
Seagulls manager John Newby will be eager for his side to bounce back against the Steelmen, however the Corby faithful will be hopeful of a repeat of last season's result against Colwyn. A solitary goal from Delroy Gordon was enough to secure all of the points for Corby in March. That game was the last time that Corby tasted victory in a league match on home soil.
The Steelmen were also victorious when they visited North Wales in October 2011, winning 2-0. Matt Rhead and Jordan Smith were the goalscorers for Graham Drury's side.
Liam Richardson is a definate absentee for the Steelmen, with Nathan Horne also a doubt. Leon McKenzie is expected to return to the squad, after missing last week's match with a knee injury.