Hungerford manager Bobby Wilkinson targeted six home points in three days – and they are half way there.
Tonight, they face Weston-Super-Mare looking to build on Saturday’s triumph 2-1 over Concord Rangers.
Hungerford slipped down the Vanarama National League table after a poor few weeks but their manager knew a good return from these two games would put them back in the running.
If they can complete the job this evening then he knows his team will be considered a playoff threat again.
The boss said: “We had slipped away but we looked at these two home games in three days and thought that if we can get maximum points then we have a real chance of moving back up the table.
“We’ve done half the job and now we need to do the second part and look to keep progressing. It’s an important three day weekend for the club.”
Weston travel tonight having come undone at Ebbsfleet on Saturday late on. They lost 2-1 at Stonebridge Road despite leading the game until the final ten minutes.