FC Halifax Town will entertain Ebbsfleet United in the late kick-off live on BT Sport, 5.20pm kick-off.
In other games this weekend, league leaders Barrow will entertain Wrexham at home. As it stands they are four points clear at the top of the table and with Harrogate facing Solihull Moors on Friday night, that lead could be cut to just one point this weekend. They lost 2-0 at home to Notts County last weekend, their first home defeat in the league since September.
Wrexham have drawn two and won one of their last three games but are still only two points above the relegation places. They have won only four league games away from home this season.
Third placed Notts County will face Eastleigh at home this weekend. They have won their last three games in a row and have only lost one in their last six. Eastleigh drew 0-0 away at Wrexham last weekend and have played their last three games all away from home picking up 4 points from the 9 on offer.
Yeovil Town are 4th in the table and they will host midtable Barnet. The Bees are just a point outside the play-offs and they have games in hands on all the teams in the league. The Glovers have won their last two games scoring four goals and not conceding any in those games.
Boreham Wood are unbeaten in their last three games and they will be at home to Torquay United this weekend. Wood have scored in each of their last 9 league games. Torquay lost to Sutton United last time out having beat Chorley and FC Halifax Town in their two previous games.
Stockport County are in 8th place and they will travel to strugglers Maidenhead United. The Magpies have just four home wins all season and are two points behind Chesterfield. County are unbeaten in their last five league matches.
Woking host Dagenham & Redbridge having lost to Barnet in midweek. The Cards are level on points with Solihull. The Daggers are just three points above the relegation places.
Hartlepool travel to Sutton United, having lost 1-0 at home to Ebbsfleet last weekend. hilst Sutton are unbeaten in their last five home games.
Dover Athletic will be looking for their 7th home league win of the season as they take on Chesterfield at the Crabble. The Kent side lost 1-0 at home to Yeovil last weekend on the back of three wins on home soil. Chesterfield beat the league’s bottom side Chorley last weekend and they have three three out of their last four games.
Bromley entertain Chorley at Hayes Lane, the home side haven’t won in 9 league games, whilst Chorley have lost their last five games only scoring in the last two.
Finally AFC Fylde will be looking to put back to back wins in with a home tie against Aldershot Town, who have lost their last two games.
AFC Fylde vs Aldershot Town
Barrow vs Wrexham
Boreham Wood vs Torquay United
Bromley vs Chorley
Dover Athletic vs Chesterfield
FC Halifax Town vs Ebbsfleet United
Maidenhead United vs Stockport County
Notts County vs Eastleigh
Sutton United vs Hartlepool United
Woking vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Yeovil Town vs Barnet
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