Struggling Mareham United will be hoping it is a case of lucky 13 tomorrow (Saturday) when they host local rivals Woodhall Spa United in the Premier Division of the Boston League.
Mareham are rooted to the foot of the table after losing all 12 of their games this season.
They have conceded 107 goals - and scored just eight times themselves.
However, they appear to have a chance to open their winning account as Woodhall are currently in next to bottom place.
Woodhall have won just once in the league this season although they have played just seven games - at least five less than most of their rivals in the bottom half of the table.
Woodhall did not have a match last Saturday while Mareham slumped to a 10-0 defeat at home to Old Leake.
In other games tomorrow, Coningsby visit mid-table rivals Rippingdale/Folkingham in Division One.
In Division Two, Coningsby Reserves are scheduled to entertain title-chasing Swineshead Institute A while AFC Tetford travel to Sibsey.
Tetford Reserves don’t have a match tomorrow and will be hoping not to lose too much ground on the sides immediately above them in the Division Three table.