Neil McRoberts is calling on his Gosport & Fareham troops to put on a stylish show in their final London one south home match of the season tomorrow.
Gosport take on fourth-placed Sidcup at Gosport Park and could banish any possible chance of relegation with victory.
The team have probably done enough already but want to make absolutely sure.
Gosport have some key players back.
Mark Jones, Mark Pollard, Chris Thompson, Sam Foster and Wayne Dugan all return to the squad.
Prop-forward Rhys Bingham keeps his place.
McRoberts said: ‘We have probably already done enough to stay up but, mathematically, we could still go down.
‘It is important to get that done and dusted with.
‘We want to finish our home campaign on a high and bounce back to winning ways after our Brighton defeat.
‘Having a number of senior players back will make a big difference.’
Havant face fifth-placed Guildford.
Meanwhile, Hampshire two champions Locks Heath Pumas travel to Chineham looking to defend their unbeaten record.
Pumas senior coach, Jim Pearce, is predicting a tough test from their second-placed hosts.
‘Chineham will be treating this as their cup final and will go all out to make life difficult for us,’ said Pearce.
‘We must be equally determined to maintain our 100-per-cent record.
‘I want us to go out in our final two games and show just why we are champions.
‘If we play in the same style as against Ventnor then we should be okay.’
Pearce is forced to reshuffle his forwards, with James Campbell and Matt Thurston both unavailable.
Al Ainscough moves back to prop-forward and Adam Parks comes in for a start.
Mark Tuckey moves into the second row and Tom O’Grady makes a return.
In the three-quarters, Ben Chambers returns at fly-half.
In Hampshire one, Fareham Heathens aim to consolidate their top-five spot by beating Farnborough at Cams Alders.
Petersfield travel to basement side Alton.
In Hampshire two, Southsea Nomads cross the Solent to face Ventnor.