COUNTY League Division One leaders Chester Boughton Hall travel to bottom-placed Cheadle Hulme tomorrow looking to maintain their place at the top of the table.
Boughton Hall have won four league matches in a row and are 14 points clear of second-place Urmston. Captain Steve Ogilby said he was confident but cautious ahead of the match.
He said: 'It's important to carry on this winning streak. We have to win but it's not going to be easy.
They need the points as much as we do, but for different reasons.'
Ogilby has just one player missing ahead of tomorrow's trip. Batsman Dan Reilly is unavailable so second-team regular Nick Massey will deputise.
The league leaders go into the match on the back of a convincing eight-wicket victory over mid-table Macclesfield. Aussie Heath Pritchard was the star of the show claiming three wickets and hitting 91 not out.
The hosts batted first and posted 180-9 which Boughton Hall comfortably knocked off for the loss of just two wickets including Matthew Griffiths for 60.
The Boughton Hall skipper insists his side's primary objective is an instant return to the Premier League.
'Our main concern is promotion,' he said. 'We shouldn't have gone down last season. We went through a bad run of form and we couldn't get out of it. However, we are confident we can go back up this season.'