Without a match in the Calor League tomorrow, Bideford's players will be taking to the training field.
Given the standard of their finishing this season, any shooting practice will provide a major test for goalkeeper Steve Oliver.
Bideford's unbeaten start in the Premier Division has been aided by some spectacular goals in their first 11 games.
Matt Hockley's thunderous long-range strike in the 4-1 win over Chippenham Town on Tuesday is arguably their goal of the season so far.
Owen Howe may have something to say about that after his stunning volley in the 3-0 victory over Larkhall Athletic in the FA Cup.
At the time, Sean Joyce described Howe's effort as one of the best goals he had seen in 15 years in charge at the Sports Ground.
"As soon as it dropped, I knew it was going to go in," said the manager.
Hockley's effort may have been even better. By rounding off a rousing win, it certainly gave home fans value for money.
"It's worth a tenner just to see that," said Joyce.
For sense of occasion though, both goals do not quite match the one Kevin Squire hit in the 4-3 win against Barnstaple Town on Boxing Day 2009.
In what would be the last Western League meeting between the North Devon rivals at the Sports Ground, Squire scored twice in the last 10 minutes, the first an unstoppable volley.
Jamie Pow, the Barnstaple keeper, was given no chance as Squire let fly from 20 yards against his former club.
"I've seen some great goals here down the years," said Joyce.
"Squiresy scored one in the derby against Barnstaple. That was special because it won us the game.
"If (Matt's) was a winning goal, I'd put it up there with Kev's."
Bideford have no game tomorrow because scheduled opponents Hinckley United have gone out of business. The Robins hope to continue their goal trail in a home fixture against Taunton Town in the Red Insure Cup on Tuesday.