Rovers will return to action in the Mid North Coast Premier League competition this Saturday after a three week break for the Christmas and New Year period.
Rovers, who are in second position, will be in a top of the table clash in their one Twenty20 match, as they take on competition leaders United.
Despite Rovers sitting on equal competition points as United, captain Ethan Dowling isn't getting ahead of himself and claims the objective of the side remains to clinch a finals position.
"The main goal is for us is to continue winning and hopefully make the semi-finals, that would be great," Dowling told the Argus.
"Winning the minor premiership hasn't really been a thought of ours but it would be handy to finish the season first but we just want to lock up a finals spot and that's what we are focusing on."
Rovers have had mixed results in their Twenty20 games this season, earning three wins from five contests.
Dowling is hopeful his side will be able to improve their record in the shorter format before the competition returns to 40-over games from February 1.
"United have some quality players so I think they will have a full strength team," Dowling said.
"We need to do all the little things right and we should be good."
Dowling wants to see consistency from his players and each person to complete their individual job to help the team succeed.
"I hope to see everyone pitch in and do their job, it will be key for our success throughout the rest of the season," Dowling said.
Rovers will be without Lachlan Dowling and Kurt Prosper for their top of the table clash.
The two batsmen are massive losses for Rovers as Lachlan has been their in-form player this season while Prosper has been impressive since his return to the Rovers.
Josh Swan and a player yet to be decided will come into the side.
Rovers have a bye in the first round of Twenty20 matches this Saturday but will be in action for round 14.
The match at Chatham Park starts at 4pm.
Following the matches this Saturday, the Premier League competition has seven rounds of 40-over matches remaining before the finals series commences on March 21.
The top four sides in the seven team competition will advance to the knockout stages.
Rovers have a two competition point gap on Wingham in third place and a further 6.5 points on the Port City Leagues Magpies who are in fourth position.
The Port Macquarie Magpies, who are in fifth spot, are 12.5 points behind Rovers.