Stamford AFC travel to face AFC Sudbury in the Southern League Premier Division Central
Manager Graham Drury is hoping his Stamford side can round off a fantastic week for the club with another three-point haul this weekend.
Stamford travel to AFC Sudbury on Saturday looking for a third successive win in the Southern League Premier Division Central.
They bounced back after four successive defeats in all competitions with a 3-0 home success over Stourbridge on Saturday.
That was followed on Tuesday night by a superb 2-1 away win at Coalville as Stamford's efforts on the training ground reaped its rewards.
Drury said: "We've had two fantastic results for the club in the last two games.
"We worked on our shape at training last Thursday and we stuck to it again on Tuesday night.
"We stuck to the same kind of formation and really dug in to get the result which I think we thoroughly deserved.
"Coalville are a good side and I told the lads beforehand that we want to be leaving there at 9.45pm on a Tuesday night with a smile on our faces, having taken something from the game whether it was a draw or victory.
"I was proud of the group again because they have shown a lot of mettle on a Tuesday night to really dig in and scrap out a really tough performance and result.
"We now need to back it up at Sudbury on Saturday and, if we can get another three points, it would be a fantastic week for the club.
"We need to keep doing what we have been doing, organising and getting into our shape quickly and making sure that we're proactive with our movements.
"If we carry on doing that then we're hard to beat and we will always score goals."
Stamford had gone into Tuesday's match without the services of Tendai Chitiza who was ineligible following his recent transfer to the Daniels from Coalville.
Lee Shaw was also sidelined with a groin injury sustained in the Stourbridge success which saw Jack Duffy and Ollie Brown-Hill return to the starting line-up.
Coalville - who included former Stamford players Steve Towers and Eliot Putman in their starting line-up - took the lead after 13 minutes when Alex Dean fed the ball into Kieran Cook who turned smartly before curling his finish into the far corner of the net.
Goalkeeper Michael Duggan then made smart saves to deny both Tom McGlinchey and Cook before Stamford struck back in first half stoppage time.
Connor Bartle's corner was met by the towering Ashton Offler who headed home the equaliser to send the sides in at half-time on level terms.
Duggan did well early in the second half to palm away Dean's deep cross before the Ravens were reduced to 10 men after 55 minutes when Cook was red-carded for kicking out in an off-the-ball incident.
Stamford enjoyed a decent spell of pressure after the sending off but Duggan had to be alert to thwart Tim Berridge with a low save from his driving shot.
The winning goal then arrived with two minutes remaining as Burgess produced a superb challenge to win a loose ball following a disputed corner before driving at the heart of the home defence and firing home from the edge of the box.
Coalville pushed forward in search of an equaliser but were unable to breach the Daniels defence as Stamford secured the win which moved them up into fifth spot and in the play-off places.