Wicket-keeper Neil Mason cannot see any respite from Saturday's 198-run thrashing at Battersea Ironsides last weekend.
Old Isleworthians & Heston hope to recover against Osterley 2000, but Mason is not so sure due to a glut of injuries and holidays.
He said: "We are missing Halim Ally, Tony Parker and Martin Aylett among others, so I can't see any instant bouncing back. "We started badly at Battersea and just got progressively worse."
Only Gary O'Connell was a threat in attack as Battersea made 261-4, and only Jamie Brunton provided any resistance in reply with an unbeaten 38 as Old Is were skittled out for just 77.