Wisbech Town have two home games this week in preparation for their FA Vase quarter-final on March 8.
They hosted Deeping Rangers last night (Tuesday) and Northampton Sileby Rangers, who are in 17th position, next Saturday.
Deeping have declined from third to fifth place on the past month, but are still a danger.
Seventh-spot Wisbech Town’s joint boss Dick Creasey said: “Deeping are always a good side. Tuncay (Korkmaz, manager) has done a good job and it will be a massive test.
“They gave us a hammering when we went there early in the season, so that’s something we’ll keep in mind.
“To be fair to Sileby, they have picked up of late. They’ve had one or two good results and drew on Saturday away from home at Long Buckby. They’re two difficult games, but that is what we need.”