The Glovers are currently unbeaten in their last three games and will hope to replicate the performance levels reached in the away victory over Ebbsfleet on Tuesday night.
Speaking on recent games, Nelson told YTTV: “It’s been a positive start, missing out on the result we wanted in the first game was disappointing.
“I think we have gone back to the drawing board and put those wrongs right, and we’ve worked through these next three games and gone on a little run and long may it continue.”
Facing a 600-mile round trip this weekend, the match will also be televised live on BT Sport.
With a lengthy trip to face as well as the added attention of being live on TV, the club’s number one insists that focus levels won’t be affected.
“We’ll be heading up the night before so we will be there, ready and prepared, something we do right at this football club. We’ll look forward to it, and hopefully continue the run.
“I would like to say (being on TV) wouldn’t change performance levels; I’d like to think every player would be giving their best in every game so far.
“I don’t think the cameras make a difference; it shouldn’t make a difference. I can only speak for myself personally but when I cross that line, I give my best.”