ENFIELD skipper Mas Ahmed is hoping their good away form in the Worsley Cup continues as they gear up for their huge semi-final clash at Lowerhouse on Sunday.
The Dill Hall Laners have been drawn away in their three games so far - the underdogs beating Accrington and East Lancs.
And now they aim to topple one-time Lancashire League leaders Lowerhouse at Liverpool Road.
"We were hoping for a home draw but we have done well on our travels so far and Lowerhouse is a good wicket," said the skipper.
"They are a strong side with some good players and a good pro but we have picked up recently."
"And we don't mind being the underdogs. Accrington were top of the league when we beat them in the first round and East Lancs were the defending league champions, so being the underdogs is no big deal for us."
Enfield's professional Alviro Petersen has certainly enjoyed the league's cup competition so far.
He hit a superb 149 against Accrington, following up with an unbeaten 99 against East Lancs.
The South African has also helped Enfield to start turning around their league form as they bid to move out of the bottom few.
Mas said: "Alviro has done well for us in all competitions but he does seem to give that little bit extra in the cup."
"He is a fantastic player."
"He is a good pro and we know that he can destroy an attack. We just hope he can do it against Lowerhouse."
In the other semi-final Nelson take on Haslingden at Seedhill.