Bridlington could move to the top of Yorkshire One this weekend if they beat Malton and Norton at Dukes Park.
The sides are currently second and third in the table, but the winners of the match will go top if leaders Bradford & Bingley lose at home to York, who have won three of their four away games so far this season.
Bridlington head coach Paul Cook said: “Malton will give us a stern test. We know they have power up front and threats out wide so we must be at our best.
“But our spirit and attitude is great so we just hope to keep that going.”
After a week off, Bridlington made the long trip to North Ribblesdale on Saturday and won 11-9.