Its 4th vs 6th this weekend as FC Halifax Town travel to Yeovil Town in the Vanarama National League. The Somerset side are two places above the Shaymen on goal difference. Both sides have 38 points from the opening 23 games.
In other games this weekend, the league leaders Barrow will be looking for their 13th win out of the last 15 games as they entertain 19th placed Aldershot Town, who are unbeaten in their last three games with 1 win and 2 draws.
Second placed Bromley will travel to Chesterfield looking for their sixth away win of the season. Their last trip on the road took them to Woking where they were defeated 2-1.
Chesterfield haven’t won in their last five games and sit in 22nd place in the table
Solihull will travel to Wrexham having won four and drawn one of their last five games in the league, whilst the North Wales side won their first away game of the season in midweek with a 2-0 victory over Eastleigh which was their first win in four games.
Woking will entertain Hartlepool United, the Cards are one place above the Shaymen on goal difference and face a Hartlepool side in 12th place but just 6 points behind in a tight league. Hartlepool won 5-1 away at Chesterfield in their last league game and are unbeaten in their last three games
Harrogate are currently 7th in the table and they will entertain Torquay United having failed to win in their last two games including a 2-2 draw with the Shaymen. Their visitors Torquay have lost their last four league games on the bounce, their last win was at the Shay at the start of November
Stockport will host Chorley looking for a second league win in a row, Chorley’s results have picked up with three wins and a draw in the last four moving them up to 23rd in the table
Boreham Wood will travel to Kent to take on Dover Athletic, looking to make it seven games unbeaten, whilst Dover will be looking to return to wainning ways after two games without a win
Four games without a win for Notts County as they look to entertain Sutton United at Meadow Lane, the visitors have won 3 out of their last four games
Barnet entertain AFC Fylde at the Hive looking for a sixth home win of the season, Fylde are three places below them and can narrow the points gap to just one point with a win
Bottom of the table Ebbsfleet will travel to Eastleigh. They have won 3 on the road so far this season and are one point below the three times ahead of them
Finally Dagenham entertain Maidenhead United, the Daggers have lost their last three league games, whilst Maidenhead have won only one of their last six league games
Full List of games:
Barnet vs AFC Fylde
Barrow vs Aldershot Town
Chesterfield vs Bromley
Dagenham & Redbridge vs Maidenhead United
Dover Athletic vs Boreham Wood
Eastleigh vs Ebbsfleet United
Harrogate Town vs Torquay United
Notts County vs Sutton United
Stockport County vs Chorley
Woking vs Hartlepool United
Wrexham vs Solihull Moors
Yeovil Town vs FC Halifax Town
Read more posts by Kelly Gilchrist