Turriff boss Ross Jack wants to make the most of home advantage against rivals Fraserburgh.
The Broch come into the game on good form, with seven points in their last three fixtures.
But Turra have stuttered in the Highland League thus far and currently sit in 10th.
Jack feels the number of cup games his side have played has contributed to their difficult league start.
And despite beating Nairn 2-0 in their last game, he concedes this will be another tough test for Turriff.
But Jack made it clear his team will be ready for the game.
He said: “We all know the importance of this one.
“Playing against rivals, we have to play our game on our patch.
“The players have been first class in training and we just need to play the way we train.”
Jack concedes it has been an under-whelming start to the campaign for Turra.
His side have one of the best defensive records in the league but scoring goals has proved difficult.
Jack believes it is only a matter of time before his side get into their groove offensively even if he concedes it might be tough this weekend.
Jack added: “The last few games we’ve done okay, three clean sheets in four games.
“We’ve got a lot to improve on to get up the table but we will remain positive.
“We are misfiring but some team will take a right doing from us sooner or later.”