The visitors have a strong side, boasting former Essex player Mervyn Westfield playing again this season following his conviction for spot-fixing in 2010 and Ben Foakes, 21, the wicketkeeper batsman who has featured several times for Essex. Ramsey lost to Wisbech on Saturday in their final league game with the title already secured but all-rounder Michael Cafferkey believes the result can be a positive. Its a wake-up call, he said. Its only our third defeat in all competitions - which weve all won. We were 100 for 0, then lost lots of wickets. Then we gave a bowl to everyone with this weekend in mind, trying to replicate the minor counties rules that the play-off will be played under. The defeat might be a positive, as you always come back stronger from a defeat. We will be the underdogs against Frinton. But we have home advantage, which will be a big positive. Wisbech beat them in the play-off semi-final last year, so anythings possible. We have a strong bowling attack with lots of options. Our batting is deep and we score quickly. Westfield will be a key player for them. Its his first year back, at any level, following his ban and Foakes is possibly joining Surrey. Against Wisbech, Ramsey were restricted to 203-7 before the home side reached their target with four wickets to spare.