Rushton captain Andy Reynoldson has his sights set on a second win in asmany weeks when Horton House visit in the NCL Premier Division.
The Station Road outfit broke their winless streak last weekend when they thumped Wellingborough Town by 145 runs and their captain, who returned to form with an unbeaten century, now wnats to see his charges make a move up the table.
He said: “With a couple more wins we could be a lot higher and that has to be our target.
“We’ve had a few players missing with injuries but they’re all coming back and things are looking very positive for us.
“We fancy our chances of getting 30 points against Horton at home and if we play like last weekend then we can do that.”
Northants staff member James Kettleborough is in line to make his Rushton debut after recovering from a broken finger.
There is a big clash at the foot of the table where Burton Latimer host Wellingborough Town at Hall Field.
Both sides are yet to win a game this season and as things stand, the home side are six points adrift of the visitors in the only relegation spot.
Wollaston’s unbeaten record will be put to the test as they welcome Oundle to London Road.
Chris Perry’s side are second in the table, 29 points behind leaders Finedon who play host to Northampton Saints.
Peterborough have found some decent form of late and there should be a good contest in prospect when they make the trip to Billing Road to face the Old Northamptonians.
The other game of the round sees Brixworth host Stony Stratford.
In Division One, the top two both have home games as they seek to take an advantage in the race for promotion.
Desborough, who are just one point in front of their nearest challengers, entertain Loddington while Rushden face Kettering.