Truro City boss Lee Hodges expects his team to take the points when Maidenhead visit in the Blue Square Bet South.
Truro lost 8-0 when the teams met in September but the Berkshire side have only won once in their last 10 games.
"I'm always expecting us to get three points. We've got some really good players who are not individuals, we play as a team," Hodges said.
"These are the ones in the bottom half of the table that you look to take maximum points from."
When the sides last met Truro were on the verge of folding
The White Tigers suffered their heaviest defeat of the season at York Road but Hodges does not think that will be in his players' minds.
"It was a very tough day at the office, one of those games that as manager I forgot very quickly," Hodges told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"They're not on a great run themselves and these are the teams that we have to try and beat. We'll give it everything to try and close the gap.
"We don't have the biggest of squads but the form we're in and the way we're playing, I think we're all looking forward to the game."
Truro in their last league game, but their match with Eastleigh on Tuesday night was postponed.