Chester FC travel to Vauxhall Motors tonight as they seek to maintain their position at the top of the table, and Neil Young is looking forward to the trip to Ellesmere Port.
"Of Corsa, it's going to be a tricky game," said Young, a knowing twinkle in his eye. "It's a good pitch at the Rivacre, it plays almost like Astraturf."
The Chester manager is seeking to ring the changes, with Michaels Taylor and Powell expected to leave the club shortly, whilst the new signing, left sided defender/midfielder Danny Williams, will be hoping to get some minutes under his belt.
"I might want Mike Taylor to play tonight, but I wouldn't want him getting injured, as that would really put the Mokkas on his move to Fylde," sniggered Young. "On the other hand, we're very excited about Danny - he's a young lad with lots of pace and Agilaty."
The Blue Boss is aware that the motormen will be a tough nut to crack, and is preparing his side accordingly.
"We can't afford to be Cavalier in our approach, and expect to win just because we're Cresta FC," winked the Seal Commander. "We're going to make sure that the defence are well Calibra-ted, no silly Trixx on the edge of our own area."
"Our Sintra-l midfielders will have to put in a real shift too, not just daudle in the Senator circle."
The manager also had a warning for his current squad.
"If I see anyone out there on the other team doing a better job than my lads, I'll Signum up straight away," smirked the Puffer Prince.
With the Blues used to playing their midweek games on a Wednesday, the squad is thought to be discontent with the idea of turning out on a Tuesday.
"First the late kick off on Saturday, then the hour change, now this," griped midfielder Antoni Sarcevic. "It's worse than being jet-lagged - I went to bed at 3pm last night. No idea whether I'm coming or going."
Meanwhile, Chester have drawn Worksop Town at home in the first round of the FA Trophy, and as soon as we think of anything interesting to say about that, you'll be the first to know.