With National One powerhouse Plymouth Albion due at Billesley Common this Saturday, Ian Smith has called on his Moseley players to exorcise the ghost of Goldington Road by recreating the kind of performance they put in the last time they played at home.
The Red and Blacks seemed to be acquitting themselves well against Bedford last weekend only to ship two tries at the end of the first half and five more after the restart to slip to their second heaviest defeat of the season.
Smith's men failed to register a single point in the second period and left the East Midlands on the wrong end of a 62-17 stuffing with injuries to key players including Paul Cox and back-row forwards Mark Evans and Richie Bignell compounding their misery.
While Evans and Bignell have a chance of recovering in time for the visit of the Devonians, even though they face a race to shake off their respective leg and knee problems, Cox is definitely out having hurt his shoulder.
That is a massive blow because the inside centre has been one of the stand-out performers in recent weeks having come from the fringes of the squad to establish himself as a starter following the injury to Ali James.
His absence, however, could be offset by the return to training of Andy Binns who could be in the outside berth with Jack Adams shifting back to the middle.
Mose could also hand Paul Arnold his first start since the Battle of Franklin's Gardens following which he was suspended for his part in a brawl. Although the ban ended several weeks ago he too is still recuperating from injury.
The former Nottingham man made his comeback against the Blues last week as a second-half replacement for Richard Stott and could have his first start for two months.
His ball-carrying prowess would be well-utilised against a team who, though strong, have surprisingly lost five of their 11 matches this term.
"The fact that Plymouth are full-time gives them an obvious advantage," Smith says. "Although we go into the game as underdogs, our performance in the second half against Doncaster shows what we can achieve when we play.
"We now have two home games on the trot in which we can re-group and put Saturday's performance behind us."
When the Knights came to Birmingham earlier this month they were lucky to escape with an 18-11 victory, particularly as they were outscored 6-0 in the second half and could have leaked a late try that would have made the game a draw.
A reprise in two days' time would certainly help Moseley get back to winning ways.
"Last week was certainly one of those games when everything which could go wrong did so, and we were punished emphatically," Smith says.
"With Richard Stott in the sin-bin halfway through the game we conceded three tries and from then on in, playing catch-up rugby to go for the four-try bonus, we ran out of support too often and got turned over. There were, however, a lot of missed tackles which is less excusable."
The game at Goldington Road was notable for more than the scale of the defeat, though.
Moseley wingers, Charlie Sharples and Dan Norton, both England Academy players, are, at aged 18 and 19 respectively, the youngest pair in memory to have appeared in the First XV.