Forty-one points from seventeen games sees AFC Hornchurch two points clear at the top of the Bostik North table.
So a tough task ahead for the Sudbury squad that travels to The Stadium at Bridge Road Hornchurch on Saturday.
The Essex side have been one of the favourites for the promotion places this season and after their midweek thrashing of Suffolk neighbours Mildenhall Town, they won 6-0 at Recway on Tuesday, that was confirmed.
AFC Sudbury Manager Mark Morsley will still be without Jake Clowsley who picked up an infection in a calf injury that is taking some time to heal. One player who is back in the squad is defender Will Crisell (pictured) who broke his wrist in only his second game with the club.
The fixture will be the first of two away games for AFC as it is Potters Bar Town On Tuesday.
The coach for the games leaves King’s Marsh at 11.45am and Eight Ash Green at 12.15pm.
The AFC Reserves side in the Thurlow Nunn League are at home when they take on Whitton United.
The team in the Essex Senior Reserve League are away against Sawbridgeworth Town Reserves.
Updated 20:58 - 1 Dec 2017 by Tony Simpson