Lower Breck manager Gary Moore is excited over the prospect of playing Litherland REMYCA in their first home game in the league.
It will be their first time hosting since they received upward movement which secured their spot in the Premier Division.
An opening day win over Squires Gate saw the Anfield side kick off the season with three points.
Moore expects the REMY to be “chomping at the bit” over the prospect of securing bragging rights in their first meeting of the season, but remains confident if his side turn up with the right attitude.
“I am [excited], there’s a lot of respect for the club, REMYCA. A club like ourselves who’ve gone up the pyramid, they’re good honest people, spoke to Evo a few times over the years and obviously Don Rimmer, he’s great.
“We’ve said it before, every game is massive, 50/50, REMYCA are going to turn up there and give us a tough test.
“We’re going to have to be on it to get anything from the game but we’re looking forward to it, especially after last week we had a decent crowd, hopefully we can get another one this week.
“Hopefully another big three points.
“There’s no worry there [about slow starts] because the quality is there. We’re trying to play football, but we’re doing it at the wrong time.
“There’s a lot of new faces, there’s a lot to work on, we made three changes from Saturday [last night] so that’s showing, they’re pulling performances out to win games, but you’ve got to do it in a better manner sometimes.
“Our lads have been told to play football, that’s what we do we’re there to entertain and to please.
“We will take the wins whatever way they come, you’re not going to get through a season by doing that, we’ve got to get back to basics at time that’s all but they’re a new group they’ve got to learn to play together, and the signs are there.
“Top to bottom, every game in this division is 50/50, we’ve seen the early contenders for teams who are going to be hard to face but REMYCA is another massive game, a local derby, they’re going to be chomping at the bit.
“They’ve had a few defeats already but they haven’t been battered by anyone. They’ve got quality in the side, if the right Breck turns up I’m confident we can beat them by we’ve got turn up to beat them.”
(Featured image Paul Moran)