EYNESBURY Rovers entertain AFC Rushden & Diamonds on Saturday and joint manager Matt Plumb feels his team will need to play better than they did when they beat Buckingham Town 5-2 on Saturday to get a result against the leagues new boys. Plumb was obviously pleased with the three points but not necessarily with the manner in which they were won. It wasnt too bad, but I was particularly happy with the way we played, he told The Hunts Post. But it was a good three points, even if we werent pleased with the performance. Despite the negatives, Eynesbury are now up to fifth in the table four points behind third-placed Rushden, but with a game in hand. On Tuesday evening both clubs are in action again Eynesbury at home to Bourne Town and Rushden at home to Bugbrooke St Michael. But its not the fan-formed Diamonds that Plumb who is joint manager with Martin Field this season - thinks are the best team in Division One of the United Counties League. He believes that title is currently held by top-of-the-table Sileby Rangers, the Northampton club who hoovered up many of the disaffected Long Bucky players after their town-mates won the Premier Division last season but failed to apply for promotion. Sileby are the best side we have played by a mile, said Plumb of the team that beat Rovers 2-1 in early September. But it will be hard game against Rushden who will be disappointed to have drawn with Burton Park Wanderers on Saturday. But they will have a hard game against Bugbrooke first. Wherever Rushden had played this season - their first as a new club after the demise of the former Rushden & Diamonds - they have been well supported by an increasing number of travelling fans. Its a big game hopefully it will bring out a few of the locals as well, said Plumb. It should be a big crowd on Saturday. Only second-placed Oadby Town, who Rovers are yet to meet, have scored more goals than Eynesbury this season so another five against Buckingham, the team currently sitting at the foot of the table, was no real surprise. Perhaps the only surprise on the day was that free-scoring striker James Freshwater didnt add to his impressive tally. Tom Coles opened the scoring in the 14th minute when he hit home a rebound after a Lee Bassett shot had struck a post. Coles and Bassett (another one off a post) had further chances, before Jack Weedon poked the ball home from close range for 2-0 in the 40th minute. A minute later it was 3-0 with Weedon the goalscorer again, this time after picking the ball up in midfield, driving forward, and hitting a low shot past the Buckingham goalkeeper Carl Knox. Just three minutes into the second half the home side pulled a goal back through Kyle Simpson but Bassett made it 4-1 in the 61st minute when he tapped home a ball headed back from the far post by Darren Woodend following a Freshwater free-kick. Simpson scored again for Buckingham before the former St Neots Town winger Aaron Greene scored his first goal for Eynesbury, chipping Knox delightfully after coming off the bench. Eynesbury: Andrew Wale, David Fisk, James Ducket, Barry Albone, Darren Woodend, Tom Coles (Ryan Inskip), Ben Colmer (Aaron Greene), James Freshwater, Nick Finney (Ben Cole), Lee Bassett, Jack Weedon.