Moseley might be facing the relative comfort of four consecutive home games but head coach Ian Smith has warned his players that they cannot afford to relax.
Having travelled to local rivals Stourbridge, all the way to Redruth and down to National Two leaders Esher in recent weeks, Smith's side can maintain momentum and iron out a few flaws against less-heralded opposition over the next month.
But the former Scotland international believes the Billesley Common side cannot afford to lose concentration against Henley, Barking and Halifax - none of whom are within ten points of Moseley - and suggested that the period would be one of the most crucial of their season.
"They have got to be aware that just because we have got these games at home the hard work isn't done," Smith said.
"It would be a real shame if we shot ourselves in the foot by losing any one of those matches.
"It is going to be a very, very important spell for the club now.
"Every game in this division is so tight. You just don't get the 60-pointers so you can't say that you are playing an easier side so you can look to make some changes."
Although Saturday's opponents Henley have lost half of their eight level three matches Smith is conscious that last year's relegation from National One has been put behind them.
" They have improved recently," he said in reference to wins against Halifax and Orrell. "They did a lot of recruitment over the summer and brought in a new coaching team but they are getting used to each other and are over their early problems."
Smith will be without Andy Binns for the Hawks' visit because the full-back is still serving a two-week suspension for the red card he received in the Powergen Trophy tie at Stourton Park.
Binns was sent off for kicking out at an opponent and will appear before a disciplinary committee in Coventry today.
Coventry second row Paul Clapham has been cited by Newbury after the fifth-round cup match on November 5.
Clapham struck an opponent - contrary to Law 10 (4) (a) - in the 37th minute of the game and has been summoned to appear in London on Tuesday November
Umaga last night claimed he thought the matter was closed, saying: "Our standpoint is that it was taken care of by the referee on the day.
"The linesman saw it and told the referee what needed to be done. We thought that was the end of the matter."
Clapham was yellowcarded but Umaga stressed there were two sides to the situation, saying: "At the end of the day he struck him but there are mitigating circumstances in that he was being strangled at the time."
After the game, which Coventry won 32-31, Newbury asked the visitors to censure the player themselves and in doing so fined him three weeks' wages. "They felt that it wasn't enough but it was pretty gutting for Clappy," Umaga said.
Meanwhile, Worcester director of rugby, John Brain, has denied that international call-ups were a reason for his side's poor display at Sale.
Warriors lost 24-13 - only their second Premiership reverse of the season - and looked as though they missed Pat Sanderson and Chris Horsman who were away with England and Wales respectively.
They also had to do without line-out specialist Craig Gillies, who pulled out before the match, and thus struggled to establish their normal dominance up front.
But Brain said: "I don't think that was a factor. Basically, in the first half and throughout the game they won the kicking battle. They controlled territory in the first half. We came in ten points behind but we had only three line-outs in that stage and they had ten.
"Then in the second half we did not really get our game going and made too many mistakes.
" It was disappointing because we felt we could go there and get at least a point."
Worcester welcome Bristol to Sixways on Friday night and will be looking to get back on track at the expense of the promoted side who - like Warriors before them - have confounded pre-season expectations by winning three matches and rising to eighth in the table.