Should Wealdstone emerge victorious over play-off chasing Gosport Borough they will attain the 42-point target manager Gordon Bartlett set them in order to stay up.
Having picked up seven points from their first 11 games, it looked conceivable that the Stones' stay in the Conference South would be a short one.
However, having adapted their squad over time, they now sit in 12 place, 15 points clear of relegation with games running out.
Bartlett said: “It will be good to reach the 42 point mark but, once we reach it, a new target will be set.
“What all three promoted teams (Wealdstone, Hemel Hempstead and St Albans City) from last season found is the step up in quality and all of us have had to make changes.”
“Hemel Hempstead had three players from last season in their side on Tuesday and we had four.”
Wealdstone were missing six players in Tuesday nights 1-1 draw at Hemel Hempstead and Bartlett was grateful to borrow Ryan Parsons from Slough Town.
Bartlett said: “Hemel are a good side going forward and to come away with a point was pleasing and I would have taken that before the game.”
Gosport Borough are two points shy of the play-offs and Bartlett knows they will pose a tough test for his side.
“It will be a difficult game as they all are. Fortunately we should have five players back for Saturday in Sean Cronin, Matt Ball, Elliott Godfrey, Wes Parker and Ryan Watts.”
Stones enjoyed a good win over bottom side Staines last Saturday thanks to goals from Michael Corcoran and Luke O'Nien.
Bartlett added: “We went 2-0 up and I thought we were very comfortable. They had a good performance against Ebbsfleet but I thought we applied ourselves well and I was disappointed we took our foot off the pedal in the second half and caused ourselves one or two problems.”