The Cambs League table-toppers who boast an eight-point cushion at the top of the Kershaw Premier Division travel to a March Town side, who sit in the bottom six of the Thurlow Nunn League First Division, for a preliminary round tie, 7.45pm. And Spavins is not fazed by the prospect of putting his sides 12-match unbeaten start to the 2016/17 season on the line. He said: Were playing well and it is great to test ourselves against a team who play the level where we want to be next season. Weve made no secret of the fact that our goal for this season is to win promotion, and were all delighted with the start we have made. We played March in pre-season and beat them 4-1, but I wont be taking them lightly on the basis of that result. Well need to produce our A game, but were capable of getting a result if we do that. Its the first time the club has played in the competition and hopefully we can remember it for the right reasons. There have certainly been plenty of memorable results already this term the latest of those being a 5-1 rout of fellow Huntingdonshire side Hemingfords United last Saturday. Eaton Socon ended a six-game wait for a first-half goal in style as Ben Wilks broke the deadlock only for the hosts, who Socon had also beaten 4-0 in a Kershaw Premier Division KO Cup tie the previous Saturday, to quickly level. But Wilks restored the advantage within seconds and Shane Fox fired in an unstoppable drive 10 minutes before the break. Mason Byatt thumped in a fourth goal early in the second half and Lee Bassett completed the scoring. We were very good from first whistle to last, added Spavins. It was up there with our best displays of the season and Im sure Hemingfords are glad to see the back of us after beating them three times in league and cup this season. Eaton Socon travel to struggling Foxton in their next league fixture this Saturday.