With seven Midlands 3 West South games remaining, the Manor Park boys hold an eight-point buffer on Bromyard, who occupy second-bottom spot above Old Wheatleyans.
The second team will be kicking off at 11.45am at Earlsdon, allowing for players to return for the crucial match at the Griff and Coton that kicks off at 2.15pm.
Wilson said: "Saturday sees a massive game for all involved and for the club as a whole.
"It has been an up and down season so far but on many occasions we have shown we have plenty of quality to challenge in this league, it's just a shame the league table doesn't reflect that at the moment.
"Bromyard pose a real threat in many areas but through improving performances in recent weeks myself and the club are confident we can claim the result we want.
"We have a very strong squad out despite some unavailabilities. Will Woodward has been a main feature for the first team the last couple of years and has put in some superb performances so he will be missed but Gaz Bennet fills that gap with plenty of experience and we know he's ready to get stuck in.
"Its great to see the likes of Cam Forryan coming back to full fitness, guys like Cam have really been missed due to long-term injuries. We are pleased to have him back in action everyone knows the threats he possesses
"As ever, I have no doubt the support from the club as a whole will be there in abundance but for anyone debating having a walk up to the club to watch the lads I urge you to get behind the club this week. Lets get behind the lads this week and the remainder of the season!"
Updated 15:08 - 16 Feb 2018 by Bobby Bridge