Leeton United know consistency will be crucial in a shortened Pascoe Cup season.
This weekend United will make their second long road trip in a row as they head to Tumut to take on the Eagles on Sunday afternoon.
In the corresponding fixture last season, United dropped vital points, and coach Frank Alampi knows there is no room for that this season.
"They were very costly last year. It cost us the double chance," he said.
"It wasn't the only game, but it was one of them so that we have to ensure that we remain focused and we get the job done."
United are currently sitting just outside the top four, behind Hanwood on goal difference, while Tumut is sitting in seventh after picking up their first points of the season last weekend with the bye.
Alampi said while he was happy with the performance of his side last weekend, there are still improvements that can be made.
"We were happy that we won five-nil, but we know there are still things to improve on," he said.
"We always have stuff to improve on.
"They were happy, and I was happy with the performance as well, but I also reminded them that we dropped points at Tumut last year, so we need to make sure that we are focused, and that doesn't happen this year."
Another pleasing factor for the Leeton side is the performance of the Gardner brothers and Alampi was pleased with how they had settled in after the first three games.
"They are blending well with the boys," he said.
"There are always going to be some teething problems, and it has only been three games. They are mixing well with the guys so far, but we aren't just about the Gardner boys we are about the team.
"They add to the squad and are good editions, but we have plenty of quality there as well, and it's all about the team for me it's not about any one individual."
There are a couple of players heading into this weekend's game under clouds they would be given until the last minute to prove their fitness. United will take to the field at 3.30pm on Sunday in Tumut.