Lee Ashcroft’s side currently lie mid-table in the Evo-Stik First Division North and come into the game on the back of successive defeats but Brakes boss Paul Holleran is not taking their challenge lightly.
“They’re a couple of leagues below us, but if you go through their personnel they’ve got some decent players who are sure to rise to the occasion,” said Holleran.
“They’re a big, physical side but we want to keep this little run going.”
Successive Skrill North victories have lifted the mood at the New Windmill with Matt Dodd’s second-half penalty giving Brakes all three points against a lively Histon outfit last Saturday.
And Holleran said the victory was a demonstration of his side’s new-found resilience.
“It’s important that when things aren’t going your way that you stay in the game and we managed thatpartly thanks to Tony Breeden.
“In the second half our system got on top of the game.
“We had one striker dropping into the hole and Chillo playing a bit narrower and got on the front foot, won a lot more second balls and asked a lot more questions.
“With some tough games coming up it was a very important result and gives us a breather from the bottom three.”