Guiseley boss Mark Bower is looking for his side to produce a repeat performance and beat one of the leagues highflyers for the first time this season as Cheltenham Town visit Nethermoor on Saturday.
Cheltenham are currently top of the Vanarama National League despite recent mixed results.
Town have failed to win away since February 20th when they defeated Tranmere 1-0.
The points were shared at Eastleigh on Saturday after the Lions recovered from an early own goal with a James Hurst strike in the second half.
“I thought the lads showed tremendous character to play the way they did and to ultimately get the draw.”
On James Hurst’s goal Mark said “He’s struck it really well, he has that in his locker, you could sense the relief amongst the players when it hit the back of the net.”
“The attacking performance we put in against Chester and the way we were resolute, strong and solid, it gives us a lot of heart going into the last five games now.”
“You look at the last few weeks, we’ve played Eastleigh, Tranmere, Grimsby, Forest Green, the big full time teams, we’ve put in some really good performances against them and got some good draws.”
“We have not turned over one of those big sides yet so it would be perfect time to start.”