OULTON Park face their biggest challenge of the season tomorrow when they travel to Hyde for a match that could decide the destiny of the Premier League title.
Nathan Dumelow's side have been in magnificent form in recent weeks, culminating in last week's 10th straight victory at home to Christleton.
But despite their imperious run, they remain just seven points clear of Hyde.
Dumelow is eager to see Park extend their winning streak and deal a serious blow to their nearest title rivals' chances tomorrow.
The skipper said: 'There is no doubt that this is our biggest game of the season. It's massive for both sides and whoever wins it should go on and win the title.
'We have been playing some fantastic cricket recently and everyone has chipped in. We want to continue that against Hyde and hopefully it will see us extend our lead at the top.'
Park secured their 'perfect 10' with a home victory over CHRISTLETON last Saturday.
The hosts made 332-7 with Chris Bassano smashing 101 and Dumelow 85 while Maroof Khan took 5-81.
Christleton struggled in reply and, despite the best efforts of skipper Jim Gillson (54), they were all out for 161 with Dumelow (5-27) leading the way.
Fifth placed Christleton aim to bounce back from the heavy defeat when they travel to fourth placed Widnes tomorrow.
NESTON entertain high-flying Bowdon tomorrow. The Parkgate outfit drew at Toft last weekend.
The visitors had looked set for a comfortable win after David Hurst (75) and Stan Clifford (73no) set them on their way to 250-5.
However, Toft never gave up and Adam Carolan (66) and Simon Hard-staff (45no) led them to 247-7, just four runs short of snatching a shock win.
In Division One, leaders CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL travel to mid-table Alsager tomorrow intent on maintaining their title charge.
Steve Ogilby's men are 14 points clear of second-placed Urmston.
With just five games remaining, including a home game against their title rivals, the Chester skipper believes they have the quality to see it through.
Ogilby said: 'Promotion seems likely now because we are 76 points clear of third-placed Poynton and there are only a few games left now.
'It has taken the pressure off the players and with confidence high in the camp we believe we will win the title if we keep doing what we have been doing recently.'
Hall face Alsager on a high after a comfortable 10-wicket win over Timperley.
Heath Pritchard (4-20) and David Atkin (4-30) led the hosts' charge as Timperley were bowled out for 90.
In reply, Hall made quick work of the target as openers Matt Griffiths (46) and Wayne Goodwin (44) had the match won inside 15 overs.