Jersey head coach Ben Harvey has called on his side to continue their winning run against Sedgley Park at St Peter.
Paul Rodgers is doubtful with a knee injury while full-back Glenn Bryce is out with a broken hand, but backs Dai Bishop and Ross Broadfoot could return.
"We need to go on a roll really. We've had three out of the last four and we need to continue the winning run," he told BBC Radio Jersey.
Harvey could also give a debut to 17-year-old academy player Chris Levesley.
Levesley was an unused replacement as Jersey won at Stourbridge last week.
"I want to throw Chris in because he's got to learn quickly and he's going to learn by playing at this level.
"He's got great courage, great bravery, he's a good tackler and he's not afraid to run where it hurts," Harvey said.
And Harvey is confident that his side will improve on last week's showing.
"We had some really good systems in place last week. We played really, really well in patches. We just needed little things to click.
"That comes with time. That comes with players learning from each other," Harvey added.