This weekend, The Boro face Welsh opposition for the second time this season as they welcome Wrexham FC from North Wales.
Wrexham currently occupy third position in the league, after making a promising start under manager Andy Morrell, formerly of Coventry City and a member of Nuneaton Borough's youth and reserve sides in the early-mid nineties.
The North Wales based club go into the game full of confidence, after a comprehensive 3-0 drubbing of relegation battlers Barrow on Tuesday night. Boro on the other hand suffered heartache at Sincil Bank against Lincoln City, where they were leading 1-0 until Simon Forsdick's dismissal changed the game and Boro went down 2-1 on the night.
One positive for Nuneaton this weekend is the expected return of right sided midfielder Jon Adams. The ex Telford and Leamington midfielder appears to have shrugged off the groin injury suffered at Hyde last Saturday, and should be available to take his place in the Boro squad.
Unfortunately, the injury news regarding Kyle Patterson, who picked up a knee problem during the same game, is not so positive. Kyle is expecting to be on the sidelines for approximately 6 weeks whilst he recovers from medial knee ligament damage.
With Simon Forsdick suspended, manager Kevin Wilkin has the tough decision on whether to start with Stephen O'Halloran or ex-Watford man Tom James on the left hand side. Ben Ford also has experience playing at left back, if Wilkin opts to keep the teenager in the side and bring Jon Adams back into the midfield.
Adams return to fitness also gives Kev the option of returning to the 3-5-2 system which has served us well in recent times, with Delroy Gordon shifting across to centre back with Jon occupying the right wing back berth.
Kevin Wilkin has called on his young side to ''shoulder the responsibility more'' and to put in a real disciplined performance this weekend.
NUNEATON HOME RECORD: Played 5 won 1 drew 2 lost 2 scored 12 conceded 12
WREXHAM AWAY RECORD: Played 5 won 2 drew 2 lost 1 scored 6 conceded 4