Borough are looking to their old foes Burton Albion to do them a favour tomorrow.
Albion are at Gloucester, who are Nuneatons only rivals for the championship.
If Borough dispose of mid-table Worcester City at Manor Park and Burton can hold
Gloucester to a draw it will add greatly to Boroughs hopes of lifting the title.
Nuneaton beat Worcester 4-0 away from home earlier in the season and a league double
would do very nicely.
Manager Brendan Phillips has a full side to select from. Goalkeeper Richard Williams is
available again after his suspension and is included in the squad along with Chris
McKenzie who deputised in his absence.
Striker Andy Kiwomya collected a knee injury in last weekends match at Salisbury
Town but is expected to be fit for selection.
Borough go into the match with a twelve points lead over Gloucester who are seven
points ahead of third placed Ilkeston.