Leamington have won just two of their last nine Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division fixtures, sliding down to eighth as a result.
“It’s a game we are really looking forward to,” said Town boss Adams.
“The pressure is all on them. They aren’t actually doing that badly – they’re four points off second place.
“It’s going to be an exciting game and it would be fantastic for Stratford if we can beat both of our local rivals in seven days.”
In Midland League Division One, Southam United have lost their previous eight league games and it won’t get any easier when they travel to Littleton.
Racing Club Warwick entertain struggling Pershore Town, while Studley take on Heather St Johns at St Johns Park.
FC Stratford are within touching distance of the Midland League Division Three summit and a win at Shipston Excelsior would keep the pressure on the sides above them.
The league’s form side, Alcester Town, can leap into the top six providing they win at Badsey Rangers.