Ben Barnes expects Fareham to step up on their National League conference west curtain-raiser.
The Henry Cort outfit travel to Broadwater School in Godalming to take on Guildford on Sunday (midday).
They surrendered a 3-1 lead to draw 4-4 with Indian Gymkhana in a thrilling clash last weekend.
Barnes revealed he has shown his troops the video of the game – and highlighted where they went wrong.
And he is looking for a positive response on the road against the Surrey outfit.
Barnes, who is Fareham’s new performance director, said: ‘Guildford will pose a very different challenge on Sunday.
‘We need to prepare to play against a very fit side that will run all day.
‘Ian Jennings, their performance director, is a very experienced coach and Guildford will be disciplined and very organised.
‘The squad trained well this week and we reviewed the game against Indian Gymkhana to see where we can improve.
‘A lot came out of the video and the squad understands where we need to be better this week.’
Ben Hibberd scored twice for Fareham last weekend – including a late leveller – and he will want to continue his impressive start to the campaign.
James Seager and Shaun Baker were also on the mark.
Fareham were narrowly beaten 1-0 by Guildford last term.
Sunday’s hosts went on to finish several places higher in the table, so the clash will be a test to see how the Henry Cort side have progressed.
Fareham’s south coast rivals, Havant, welcome Cheltenham to their Havant College headquarters on Sunday (2pm).
Both sides were defeated on the opening day of the conference west season and will be keen to kick-start their campaigns.
Havant went down 2-0 at Team Bath Buccaneers.
But with a clutch of new faces at Barncroft Way this term, head coach Merijn van Willigen was not too disappointed.
He is expecting the Bath University side to once again be scrapping at the top end of the table.
And recognises it will take time for his new-look side to gel.
However, a victory over Cheltenham – who went down 4-1 on home turf to Cardiff – would do their confidence the power of good.
Havant president Chris Pickett is looking forward to launching the side’s home campaign.
And he is keen to see the side get some points on the board.
‘We know from last season a slow start creates pressure at the bottom of the table,’ said Pickett.
‘A win on Sunday will boost confidence.’
The two sides produced a thriller last term as Havant fought back from 3-1 down, netting twice in the final three minutes to grab a share of the spoils.
They are set to hand a debut to James Speke tomorrow.
The University of Portsmouth student was the top scorer in the Midlands Premier last season and will give van Willigen more options in attack.