STAPENHILL visit fellow Leicestershire Senior League high-fliers Caterpillar tomorrow, kick-off 3pm, hoping the weather holds so they can exact some revenge.
The Swans lost 1-0 at home to the newly promoted big-budget side in August.
It was the first major blow suffered by Mick Wood’s young side in a season which started with serious title hopes.
Since then, Stapenhill have fallen off the pace set by Rothley Imperial, but are determined to finish second.
“I can’t see it being on with the weather they’ve forecast,” said Wood. “But if it is, it’ll be a big test for us.
“Looking at the table, we’re all battling for the runners-up spot.
“There’s only six points between five sides so it’s all to play for.”
The Swans put the disappointment of back-to-back defeats in December behind them when they hammered Cottesmore Amateurs 7-0 and then won 4-1 at Sileby Saints last week.
Matt Weightman and Sam Taylor grabbed a brace apiece as they battle to be the club’s top scorer for the season.
Former Gresley man Weightman has netted 15 goals, while ex-Burton Albion youth Taylor has 14.
Wood reckons his hot-shot duo could be the difference between finishing fifth and second.
“We’ve got two really good goalscorers,” he said. “They’re among the best in the league.
“Last week they showed that killer instinct to seal the game after we came under pressure at 2-1.
“The midfielders are scoring goals as well – it’s important to get goals from all around the team.”
Stapenhill have scored 45 goals, making them the third highest scorers in the league.
After Taylor, the next highest scorer is winger Asa Sippits with seven, while midfield dynamo Paul Furniss and wide-man Lewis Campbell have three apiece.
SWANS FROM: Gough, B Davies, Keenan, Walker, M Davies, Kelly-Walley, Sippits, Carvell, Briscoe, Furniss, Campbell, Weightman, Taylor, Harrison.