OUTRIGHT leadership of the Toolstation Western League First Division will be the prize on offer when Barnstaple Town meet Bradford Town on Saturday.
The teams are locked together at the top of the table with four wins out of four, 13 goals scored and two conceded.
Barnstaple currently have the edge – but only on alphabetical order.
So a fifth straight win would reward the North Devon side's fine start to the season with the right to call top spot their own.
"We are already talking about that game," said Tom Bulley, the Barnstaple manager.
"We have got home advantage but we must still make sure we're up for it and go and do a job.
"Bradford are going to be a strong side this year and we have got to be at it from the start."
As in last Tuesday's 1-0 win over Wincanton Town, Bulley felt his side were not "at it from the start" against Oldland Abbotonians on Saturday.
But second-half goals from Jack Jenkins and Lee Francis gave them a 3-1 win.
"The first half wasn't going to plan and in the second we showed our quality," said Bulley.
"In the first 10 minutes we came out really sharp and the game should have been over – we could have been 3-0 up.
"That didn't happen. We got our goal eventually but they got an equaliser and we couldn't quite get to grips with it. In the second half we turned it around."
Billy Tucker put Barnstaple ahead in the first half from the penalty spot after a foul on Sam Stephens.
Oldland, who are still without a point this season, equalised before the break through Ali Bamford but were overcome by their visitors in the second half.
Jenkins struck from long range for his first goal since joining Barnstaple from Boca Seniors.
And Francis, who scored the winner against Wincanton, sealed the points when he poked the ball home after a long punt by goalkeeper Ryan Draper.
"We know we're going to have to fight for games coming away from home," said Bulley.
"We're a fit team and all the hard work we did in pre-season is paying off.
"If things aren't going well we know that in the last 20 minutes we'll be on top for fitness."
Saturday's result marked the first time since 2006 that Barnstaple have won four Western League matches in a row.