AFC Emley will travel to Hull tonight to face Hall Road Rangers aiming to fire up their push for promotion.
The Pewits find themselves in the play off places and currently sit in fifth place, six points off second place AFC Mansfield.
There’s a good feeling around the Welfare Ground at the moment, Ashley Flynn is scoring goals for fun, Manager Darren Hepworth has extended his stay at the club for another season and they are unbeaten in the league since October.
That run in the league was extended on Saturday afternoon after the claret and blue’s drew 1-1 away at Winterton Rangers.
Ashley Flynn rescued a point for his side to score his 66th of the season and Emley’s 150th in all competitions.
Emley’s free scoring has given them the best goal difference in the league of 72 which could prove crucial in the run in to promotion.
Provided that Emley win tomorrow night, they would leapfrog Shirebrook Town into fourth place, who they have a substantial better goal difference over.
Brighouse Town are struggling for consistency as they lost 2-0 to Glossop North End last time out.
Town have lost six games and have won just three since the turn of the New Year.
They come up against Clitheroe at home this weekend and will be hoping to avoid three defeats on the bounce.
FC Halifax Town travel to Gateshead tomorrow night in the FA Trophy quarter-final with the winners to face Nantwich Town.
Should the Shaymen reach the semi-finals they would be played away on Saturday, March 12 and at home on March 19.
The clash with Gateshead comes just four days after the team drew 0-0 at The Shay in the National Conference.