Wealdstone will be light on numbers for their Conference South finale against Maidenhead United in what is a dead rubber for both sides.
The Stones will be missing Tom Hamblin, while Ryan Watts and Ben Parker are unlikely to be risked.
And manager Gordon Bartlett will be a relieved man to reach the end of a long, tough season.
He said: “It’s all gone very quickly but it’s nice to be over the line and it will all start again in July. Tom Hamblin is away with work.
“Ryan Watts and Ben Parker are struggling with injuries so we’re going into the last game light on numbers.
“We’re going in to it to try and win it. We want as many point as we can so Saturday just happens to be the 40th and final game of the season. Just because it is the last one we’re going in with the same desire.”
The Stones are still looking for their wins and losses to be equal as their loss to Whitehawk made it 12-13 on that score but it would take a 4-0 win to ensure positive goal difference.
Bartlett added: “We created chances last Saturday. We hit the post and the keeper made good saves but I think we lacked that killer instinct on Saturday.
“We had all the players and staff in early to do coaching sessions. It was a hot day and they were out there for a couple of hours.
“We looked a bit flat on Saturday; I don’t know whether that was the reason. I was disappointed we couldn’t give a good crowd a win.”