CHESTER City will be aiming to record their second Nationwide Conference double of the season this afternoon, when they travel to meet in-form Nuneaton Borough at Manor Park.
City won the first clash between the clubs 1-0 at the Deva Stadium in August, but since then there have been a number of changes at the club with Chester saying farewell to three managers in a short space of time.
They were former Manchester United winger Gordon Hill, ex-Tranmere stalwart Steve Mungall and Owen Brown (caretaker), all saying adieu to the position prior to the appointment of former Southport and Oxford United manager Mark Wright three weeks ago.
The transformation of the club's fortunes under Wright have been remarkable with City unbeaten in their last four outings which include victories in their last two Conference matches.
Wins against Barnet last Saturday and Telford United on Tuesday have lifted Chester out of the Conference relegation zone for the first time in eight weeks as confidence in the squad continues to build.
Today Wright naturally keeps faith with the squad that defeated Telford 3-0 on Tuesday.
His only slight doubt surrounds Stuart Whittaker who is suffering from a calf strain, but he is expected to be fit for the match.
"We'll go there in a good frame of mind, but we will take nothing for granted in our preparation or play once the whistle blows," said Wright.
"The players have responded well since we came here and if they are all up for this game then we will get a result, but all of them will have to work.
"Nuneaton are an experienced and pacey side who could cause us problems, but if we play the way I know we can then we should be OK."
CHESTER CITY (from): W Brown, Woodyatt, Lancaster, Brabin, Bolland, Carden, M McGorry, Porter, Whittaker, D Brown, Beesley, Jenkins, Spink, Blackburn, Malkin, M Rose, Haarhoff.
* FORMER Chester manager Gordon-Hill has been appointed as director of football with struggling Scottish second division club Stenhousemuir.
Hill, who replaced Graham Barrow, was sacked by City chairman Stephen Vaughan last October after a run that saw Chester start the season with just three wins in their opening 14 games.
Neil Turner's guests on Channel One TV's 'Sportstalk' programme tomorrow are former Aston Villa and Everton defender Derek Mountfield and BBC TV's Question of Sport producer Dave Ball.
The programme is transmitted at 11.15am, 3.15pm and 6.15pm.