Hednesford Town return to action tomorrow looking to build on a three point haul last time out as they travel to Corby Town.
The Pitmen travel to Steel Park looking to complete a league double over Corby having defeated them 3-0 at Keys Park in October.
Their opponents on Saturday will be no pushovers though, having only lost only once in their last six games as they look to move out of the relegation zone.
Manager Paul Casey was hoping his side could build on their result last weekend but is wary of the threat that Corby possess.
“Corby will be a difficult test for us as they have picked up some great results of late, going on a good unbeaten run which has seen them beat Spennymoor Town.
“I think that result shows what tricky opponents they will be, with any team able to beat another one on their day.
“We go into the game though on the back of an excellent victory last weekend against Rushall Olympic and are full of confidence with players who have the right attitude and want to do well for this football club.”
The manager is set to be without Lewis Wright (knee) and Callum Roberts (ankle) while David McDermott (knee) will face late fitness tests to see if he will be involved. Striker Tony Clarke trained this week after missing last weekend’s game against Rushall Olympic due to injury.
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Car parking at Steel Park on match days is free of charge in the large car parks outside the stadium.
The stadium car parks have space for 141 Cars, four Motorcycles and three Coaches
£12 – Adults
£8 – Concessions
£2 – Under 16s
There is no extra charge for seating in the main stand. With the exception of season tickets, seating is unreserved and available on a first come, first served basis at all home fixtures.