ST NEOTS will look to turn the good form they showed last weekend into points this Saturday when they face Holbeach United at Rowley Park. Holbeach sit one place above St Neots in the UCL Premier but are without a win in nine games, so Saints will hope they can improve their finishing to claim a win in their last home game of the season. St Ives play for the fourth time in eight days this Saturday as bottom club Rothwell come to Westwood Road. Despite two games in midweek, St Ives welcomed back several players from injury, and will be confident of a victory as they face a team that have claimed only three points away from home all season. The return fixture ended with a comfortable 4-0 victory for Saints in September. Huntingdon Town face Thrapston away on Friday evening with their future in UCL Division 1 finally secure, after they beat Bugbrooke St Michaels last week. Huntingdon will be looking to avenge a 4-2 defeat at Jubilee Park in September when they travel to Thrapston, who were soundly beaten by leaders Peterborough in their last outing. Godmanchester Rovers will be confident of beating Ipswich Wanderers at home this Saturday, after a morale-boosting midweek win. Wednesday's victory over Cornard United was Rovers' first in seven games, and they will be looking for another three points against the Wanderers, who currently sit third from bottom in the division.