West London SFC boss Colin John-Baptiste will spend this week working on his defence ahead of Sunday's Senior Amateur showdown with Polonia.
And it's not because Baptiste's boys were on the receiving end of hammering in their last outing - in fact far from it.
His side continued their good run of form as they booked their place in the next round of the Gladys Perry Cup with a 6-1 victory over Old Suffolk Punch.
But Baptiste knows they face a team full of firepower after their next opponents, previously known as Varsovia, rattled in 16 without reply against Fulham North.
He said: "I don't normally spend time working on my defence.
"But I think I need to spend this Tuesday's session at the Linford Christie Centre focusing on it a bit more!
"We beat them last year as Varsovia, but I know they're a good passing side."
Ali Zaadane bagged a hat-trick for Wests, while brother Hamdi scored once and Adam Prieto a brace in Sunday's win.
Elsewhere, Dale Haynes' strike couldn't prevent Olympia bowing out 3-1 at Wessex Rangers.
Player shortages didn't help Shoots & Leaves's cause as they were also sent on their way by AFC Machico.
Gerry Rockett's side were without four regulars, and the higherranked opponents made their class tell as they won 2-0.
Meanwhile,Nat Cantor scored a late equaliser as Eel Brook Rangers drew 3-3 with Crowin in Division Three.
James Gollin and Jack Christensen scored their other goals.