Launceston director of rugby Neil Bayliss says his side's home form has disappointed him as the club go into the final stage of the season.
He named an unchanged side for the trip to Bishop's Stortford as he looks to steer them to a mid table finish.
"With the change that's happened at the club over this season, we've certainly built steps in the right direction."
"We wanted to improve our away form, which we have but our home form has let me down," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
The Launceston boss wants the team to play without fear against Bishop's Stortford, despite their opponents pushing for a promotion play-offs position.
"We're playing one of the top three sides in the league, so it's another massive test for us and we need to go up there with the right attitude and approach to that game." he said.
Continuity is key for Bayliss and he will keep faith with the youngsters who have featured this season.
"We've got a lot of young boys in our squad and it's our job to try and keep hold of them and maintain the core of this squad," he added.