Hednesford Town return back to Keys Park this evening, aiming to extend their unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions after making progression in two knockout formats over the course of the last week.
It is the second time in a month that the Pitmen will have crossed paths with Sutton Coldfield Town, having defeated the Royals 5-0 at Coles Lane in the first week of October.
Among their ranks this evening will be a number of former Hednesford players, none more so than long-time skipper Darren Campion who makes his first return to Keys Park since departing in May 2015.
Manager Liam McDonald is looking for his side to continue their impressive run of late with him knowing that a win for the home side will take them up to third in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.
“Tonight is an altogether different game for us. To win four games on the trot would help us to carry on the momentum and we all know that winning breeds confidence.
“We know that it will be a tough game and probably not like the one we had a few weeks ago. They have had an indifferent few games recently but we respect what they have got.
“If we start the game on the front foot like we do, then we have a great chance of picking up another three points.”
The manager will be without defender Lewis Wright who picked up a knee injury in the warm-up on Saturday. Striker Danny Glover will face a late fitness test this evening after being forced off on Saturday with a tight hamstring and a bruised foot.
The game kicks off at the usual time of 7.45pm and Strikers Bar will be open both before and after the match to all supporters.
£12 Adult Main Stand
£11 Adult Terrace
£8 Concession Main Stand
£7 Concession Terrace
£12 Family Ticket – One Adult and One Child