Aidy Boothroyd was not too happy with the Cobblers' performance as they beat Oxford United 1-0 on Saturday but would surely settle for a similar display and result on Good Friday when they Sixfields is again the venue for the game against Torquay United.
Crucial home wins against Chesterfield and York City have eased relegation fears for the Gulls but they have only three victories on the road and will come up against a Town side with a league-leading fifteen wins on their own patch.
Then, on Easter Monday it is a trip to face a Cheltenham side who head into the holiday games level on points with Northampton.
A goalless draw at Barnet at the weekend left manager Mark Yates frustrated about playing in 'farcical' conditions.
Source: Cobblers Mad