After City's excellent display and fully justified point at home to Hitchin last Saturday, the team take to the road now for two tough away trips.
AFC Totton is the venue and opponents for tonight's fixture, before heading once more up the A30 and north London away this weekend, to one of the pre season fancied teams Chesham.
Tonight's game though is a fantastic opportunity to continue the brand of stylish football the team is now starting to get a reputation for playing. High flying Hitchen Town were the latest side to compliment manager Steve Massey and his team on how they play the game and that was certainly backed up by the hundreds of fans who witnessed a great game of football at Treyew Road on Saturday.
City travel to Hampshire with a full squad, with only new debutant from the Hitchin game, Paul Quinn, missing due to work commitments. George Swain comes back into the 16 and while there are a few aches and pains one or two players are carrying, everyone is ready to continue the teams excellent form and unbeaten away record this season.
Team boss Steve Massey was well aware of the tough task ahead of his team this week, but commented, "the side is improving all the time, Totton have found some form in the last two games, but we are extremely confident in being able to bring back home to Cornwall all three points tonight."