Captain Ryan Chappell is realistic over Spalding’s bid to finally record their first win of the season.
They have already been relegated from Midlands One East after 22 successive league defeats.
Spalding make the trip to 10th-placed Paviors this weekend having lost 31-20 at home to the Nottinghamshire club in November.
Chappell said: “We know realistically we have only got two winnable games left, with Saturday and the last match of the season against Belgrave.
“We know what we can do and we just need to perform well on the day to get that first win. Nobody likes losing every week.”
Midlands One East: Bedford Athletic v Old Northamptonians, Huntingdon & District v Kettering, Ilkeston v Syston, Mansfield v Derby, Market Rasen & Louth v Bugbrooke, Newark v Belgrave, Paviors v Spalding.
Midlands Four East (South): Bedford Swifts v Stamford College Old Boys, Bourne v Sileby Town, Brackley v St Neots, Corby v Old Newtonians, Westwood v Thorney.