Here are your StaffsLive non-league football previews for the week:
Kidsgrove Athletic v Wisbech Town
Kidsgrove Athletic go into tomorrow’s league game in a mixed bag of form. Ryan Austin’s side have picked up two wins and two losses in their last four outings.
The Grove will be expected to have a psychological advantage against tomorrow’s opponents as Wisbech Town were knocked out by Kidsgrove in the BuildBase FA Trophy earlier in the season.
The Fenmen haven’t recorded a win in their last matches, the latter coming on the first of October.
Worksop Town v Newcastle Town
The Castle has only been victorious twice in the league so far this season with Dutch and former Port Vale midfielder Robin van der Laan demanding improving from his side’s recent performances.
Worksop Town, however, will be hoping for a playoff spot come the end of the season as manager Jon Kennedy will be hoping that his tigers can put a consistent run of results as the busy Christmas period approaches.
Leek Town v Loughborough Dynamo
It’s the second Staffordshire based side that the Moes are facing in as many weeks, with Darren Rodgers’ side getting the three points against Kidsgrove Athletic last Saturday.
If the Blues are successful in recording a win, it’ll be their win first win in four games despite fighting for the top spot in the Bet Victor Northern Premier.
Stafford Rangers v South Shields
Bottom of the table Stafford Rangers entertain top of the league South Shields as the Rangers will attempt to get a result at Marston Road despite being on a four losing streak conceding nine and only scoring three in the process.
Nonetheless, things are looking different at Mariners park as South Shields have recorded ten wins out their first fifteen league games, only losing three and drawing two in the meantime.
Joseph Malkin will be looking to top the goal-scoring charts as he will be looking to add to his tally of nine as Dave Cooke’s Dabbers host Grantham Town in a mid-table clash at The Weaver Stadium.
The Gingerbreads travel to Cheshire with a mixed bag of results, a five-three win against Rushall Olympic and a seven to nil howler against high-flying Buxton will put thoughts into home fans whether they will be entertained or bitterly disappointed during the final result on Saturday evening.