Robins are flying after seven-goal victory
Bideford boss Sean Joyce admits his side face a tough home return against Arlesey Town today in the wake of the Robins' 7-1 Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division win at Chippenham Town.
Joyce said: "It was a fantastic achievement, our biggest win, their biggest defeat and got us a mention on Radio Five Live as non-League team of the day, but it's gone now.
"Now we've got a tricky home game against Arlesey, who are tucked in there, with games in hand and not too far off the play-offs."
At the same time as Bideford were winning big last Saturday, mid-table Arlesey were losing 3-1 at home to play-offs chasing rivals St Albans City.
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Joyce said: "They lost at home last week, we won away and by a big score, that means nothing this week.
"Don't get me wrong, I was delighted for the boys, we fully deserved our win.
"They've been looking to hit someone like that ever since we came up into this league and started to get our feet under the carpet.
"I'm delighted that it will give them the confidence to keep playing on the front foot, because it's the only way we play. But will it mean we win by eight goals? I doubt it very much.
"At the end of the day, I will be happy to take a 1-0, three more points as long as we play well and go for it.
"We may miss chances – because we do every time we play – but as long as we take one of them and keep a clean-sheet at the other end that's all that counts, really. It's three points for a win, not for how many goals you score."
Joyce selects from a full, injury-free squad.
Tiverton Town are due to play their first home Division One South and West match in five weeks when they host 18th-placed Cinderford Town.
Tiverton's last home game was a 1-1 draw with basement side Bishop's Cleeve on January 5 and, despite dominating the first half last week, the sixth-placed Yellows lost 4-1 at tenth-placed Didcot Town.
Tivvy boss Mark Saunders said: "I don't know about losing 4-1, but we should have been 4-1 up at half time and nobody in the ground could have complained.
"You wouldn't have known the lads had not played in a month, the way we started and the chances we created in the first half, but our finishing let us down and that was the story of the game, in a nutshell."
Paulton Rovers' 1-0 win at Bishop's Cleeve on Tuesday – courtesy of a third-minute James Billing goal – enabled the Somerset side to edge up to fifth spot and overtake Tiverton by a point.