Gordonians head coach Ryan Morrice hopes his side can take a major step towards safety by winning at Falkirk tomorrow.
The Aberdeen men are perilously placed – third- bottom of the 12-team league, with the bottom two relegated.
Falkirk sit immediately below Gordonians and both sides head into this weekend’s encounter desperate for the victory to move away from the drop zone.
Morrice’s side will take plenty of confidence into the match at Horne Park after beating Hamilton Bulls 29-8 last Saturday.
The Gordonians boss said: “It was a really good win and just what we needed.
“Everything came together on Saturday and it was good to get that performance this season.
“We are running out of games so every game is a big game for us now.
“We are taking it one game at a time but we know the season hinges on this one.
“We have three games remaining after this one and I think we need at least two wins to be safe.
“We still have to play Stewart’s-Melville, who are top of the league, and GHK down there.
“We also have Newton Stewart at home so they are three difficult games.
“We just need to take care of Saturday and then focus on them.”
Morrice believes consolidating their position in National 2 would be a notable achievement for the Countesswells outfit. He added: “I think it would be comparable to winning National 3.
“We don’t have the biggest player base and we are competing against much bigger clubs.
“Off the pitch, we are quite far behind a lot of them.
“For the resources we have it would be a massive achievement to stay up.”