FC Halifax Town will face Maidenhead United at the Shay Stadium tomorrow in the Vanarama National League, 3pm kick-off.
The Shaymen go into the game in 15th place whilst the Magpies are one point and one place below in 16th position.
Town have drawn the last two games 1-1 at home to Solihull and also at Boreham Wood last weekend and have now scored in the last five games in a row. However it’s just one win in 10 and Chris Millington will be looking for his side to pick up their 8th home win of the campaign.
Last time out Maidenhead won 2-0 at home to Yeovil Town at York Road which stopped a run of two games with no points with defeats away at Eastleigh and at home to Southend.
They have picked up 8 points from the last 24 on offer and have won twice in the last 12 games.
Emile Acquah is their top goalscorer with 9 goals in 31 appearances.
The two sides drew 1-1 at York Road earlier this season in the league and drew 0-0 in the FA Trophy but Town progressed due to a 5-4 penalty shoot out win.
Referee: Matt Corlett
Assistants: Zac Kennard-Kettle / Danny Guest
Fourth Official: Glen Hart
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Boreham Wood vs Scunthorpe United
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Eastleigh vs Bromley
FC Halifax Town vs Maidenhead United
Maidstone United vs Gateshead
Notts County vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Torquay United vs Southend United
Woking vs Wealdstone
Wrexham vs Dorking Wanderers
York City vs Yeovil Town
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