Guernsey boss Jordan Reynolds believes his side has more depth and quality this season.
"Whereas we've struggled a few times, I think this year we've got a bit more depth," Reynolds told BBC Guernsey.
"We've probably got 33 guys now who can play National Three, last year it was more like 24."
Bottom-of-the-table Eton have found the transition tough after winning promotion last year, losing 82-14 in their first game to Tonbridge Juddians and 65-7 at home to Hertford last week.
However, Reynolds has warned his players not to take anything for granted.
"We've got to be consistent now and see if we can get a couple more wins under our belt," he added.
"It will be tough, it's the old cliché that there's no such thing as an easy game, because it's only as easy as you make it."