Spalding United are back home on Tuesday night and looking to build on an impressive start to the season.
The Tulips take on Corby Town in the first Evo-Stik South game at the Sir Halley Stewart Field this term.
Goals from Jenk Acar and Gary King earned a 2-0 win at Stocksbridge Park Steels on Saturday.
Michael Duggan saved a second-half penalty to deny the South Yorkshire side.
Meanwhile, Corby ran out 5-1 winners over Romulus in their opening game.
Spalding manager Chris Rawlinson said: “Winning away from home and keeping a clean sheet sets us up for Tuesday’s game.
“It will be a different test and a tough match.
“We’re at home and it will be fantastic to see plenty of support.
“I’m sure Corby will bring a lot of fans but we want to put on another good performance for our supporters.
“Corby have probably got one of the biggest budgets in this league and they are a big club.
There’s a long way to go but it’s a great start to the new seasonChris Rawlinson
“However, they are also a completely new side who will need to settle together. They made a good start as well.
“We had a plan for the win on Saturday and we’ll have another look at what we need to do on Tuesday.
“I was over-joyed because I thought we were the better team by far.
“There’s a long way to go but it’s a great start to the new season.
“I’ve always kept faith in this group of players when others might have worried about pre-season results and whether we should have kept them together.”
Acar was taken off as a precaution at half-time after a blow to the head.
He opened the scoring on 19 minutes and King doubled the lead after Duggan’s save from Joe Lumsden’s penalty.
Rawlinson added: “King is a clever player. Although he’s not as mobile as he was, he is stronger with willing runners off him like Acar, Jonny Lockie or Danny Durkin.
“Acar needs to be a bit more selfish and realise that he is playing up front.
“I was really pleased with the back four. I thought Paul Walker, Neal Spafford, Ellis Humble and Adam Jackson were superb.”