It's been a positive start to the FA Women's Premier League South for the ladies with a win against Chesham and only a last-minute goal denying a victory against a Charlton side expected to challenge for honours last weekend.
Now they face the other side of the coin with newly-promoted Keynsham suffering 4-0 and 6-3 defeats in their first two matches.
However, with all her experience, manager Karen Hills will drill it into her squad that they face a tricky encounter.
"They play on a 3G pitch, so that's something different and it's a long trip for us," said Karen.
"They are a physical team, always strong and they will have a point to prove after those first two results.
"I'm sure they will be determined to put things right as soon as possible and that's something we have to be aware of.
"I've been delighted with our start to the season, the players have showed a fantastic attitude and we'll take that to Keynsham on Sunday, show them plenty of respect and try to come back with a positive result."