Hayes & Yeading United will aim to end their first Blue Square Premier season on a high by completing the double over Wrexham at Church Road on Saturday.
Toby Little's brace secured United a 2-0 win at the Racecourse Ground in November and another win over Dean Saunders' underachievers would carry Garry Haylock's men over the 50 point mark.
However, Haylock will be without striker Scott Fitzgerald, who competes a two game ban while Steve Basham, in his final game on loan from Luton Town, could return if he manages to shake off a niggling calf problem.
“Steve has been great in his time here,” said Fitzgerald, who will watch from the stands on Saturday. “His attitude has rubbed off on some of the younger players and hopefully we can keep hold of him.
“If we can add to the squad for next season there is no reason why we cannot challenge for a top ten spot and enjoy a good cup run.”
United boss Haylock, meanwhile, wants to send the loyal Hayes & Yeading fans away for the summer on a happy note.
“If we go and lose 3-0 it will be disappointing because it will take the edge off the season,” he said. “If we win then everyone goes away for the summer happy and you look back and go 'yeah, that was great'."