VAUXHALL Motors will be looking to put the record straight when they face Redditch United in a Conference North return at Rivacre Road tomorrow.
The Motormen slumped to a 4-1 defeat at Redditch in September, and boss Owen Brown admitted: "Everyone at the club recognises that that was by far our worst performance of the season.
"It is something we really want to put right tomorrow."
Vauxhall hope to have recovered from Tuesday's 3-1 defeat at Altrincham which ended a seven-match unbeaten league run.
"We didn't play well and we have got to pick ourselves up and start another good run," added Brown, whose side have slipped back into the bottom five.
Southport, who take on Nuneaton Borough at Haig Avenue, are just three points off top spot.
Liam Watson's side, in third place, will be aiming to maintain the pressure on joint leaders Harrogate Town and Alfreton.
The Sandgrounders are unbeaten in six league games, including a 2-0 win at Runcorn on Tuesday, and Watson said: "We need a good performance at home to cap a good week."
Runcorn travel to Worcester City bidding to avoid a third consecutive defeat. "I hope this is just our little bad spell and that we can turn the corner," said boss Alvin McDonald. "We have got to be positive and start climbing back up the table."
Meanwhile, Runcorn have signed teenage goalkeeper Ashley Timms, who has been released by Manchester City.
Burscough await a late fitness check on leading scorer Paul Gedman before their UniBond Premier Division home game against Lincoln United.
Gedman, who has missed five games with a calf injury, has netted 15 goals so far.
Prescot Cables could include teenage midfielder Steve Connors for their home game against Ossett Town. The ex-Bury youngster impressed as a second half substitute last weekend.
Marine, who travel to Farsley Celtic, are likely to be without Liam McGuire for five weeks after the teenage midfielder suffered ankle ligament damage last week.
Fellow midfield player Ben Kay is still sidelined by a stomach muscle strain.
Warrington Town look to maintain their revival when they bid for a speedy First Division double over Kids-grove Athletic at Cantileer Park.
Town beat the Stafford-shire side 2-1 away last weekend.