There are five games - four in the South and one in the North - as players look to warm up the fans as the chilly winter weather arrives.
The solitary game in the North sees the side who got a tongue lashing for the way they defended at the weekend come up against a team who scored seven times!
Spennymoor will move up to second in the table and just two points behind leaders Chorley if they do the business again tonight.
Stockport manager Jim Gannon says his patience is fast running out as his team sit off the promotion pace.
They have a big job on tonight in the North East. Jason Ainsley’s Moors have scored 15 times in their last two games after battering Alfreton and Halesowen in the FA Trophy.
Billericay are one of seven sides chasing the National League South title according to Torquay manager Gary Johnson.
Blues boss Dean Brennan says tonight’s opponents Bath City are “very strong” ahead of the game in Somerset.
Two sides who gave their season a kick on Saturday meet later on.
Oxford City thrashed Truro 4-0 while East Thurrock ended a bad run by beating Essex foes Chelmsford.
Two teams who had a poor weekend, Rod Stringer’s Clarets and Weston-super-Mare, face off at the Woodspring Stadium.
Slough Town are six points off the top seven but have a number of games in hand.
One of them comes tonight as they welcome Truro City, who arrive on the back of a 4-0 drubbing at Oxford.
National League North fixtures:
Spennymoor v Stockport County
National League South fixtures:
Bath City v Billericay
Oxford City v East Thurrock
Slough Town v Truro City
Weston v Chelmsford City