Leaders Torquay United will be hoping to avoid a banana skin as they prepare to host basement boys Weston-super-Mare.
The Seagulls need a huge effort to hoist themselves from the bottom three, but Gary Johnson’s free-scoring Gulls are on a roll.
Concord Rangers’ points setback means they have it all to do if they’re going to finish the season in the play-off places. A tough trip to Chelmsford awaits Sammy Moore’s men this week.
On this form, Billericay must be wishing Harry Wheeler had been there all along. The Blues’ boss has dropped just four points in his first seven games back in Essex ahead of a trip to East Thurrock.
Ian Herring doesn’t want any talk of the ‘R’ word around Hungerford Town. They’re hoping a win against high-fliers Woking can give their season a much needed kickstart.
Welling have pieced together a winning run just at the right time. Can they make it four wins and four clean sheets on the spin against St Albans?
Goal-shy Gloucester prepare to entertain Wealdstone who are taking 2019 by the scruff of the neck so far.
Dulwich Hamlet welcome Dartford to Champion Hill while Hampton & Richmond Borough entertain Eastbourne Borough.
Bath City secured a crucial win last time out and will look to back that up against Truro.
Still in the hunt for a play-off place, Chippenham Town could be just two points away by 5pm Saturday. They’ll need to see off Oxford City first.
Mid-table looks to be where Slough Town and Hemel Hempstead will end up come the end of the season. The pair battle it out both looking to improve on recent results.
Saturday's National League South fixtures:
Bath City v Truro City
Chelmsford v Concord Rangers
Chippenham Town v Oxford City
Dulwich Hamlet v Dartford
East Thurrock United v Billericay Town
Gloucester v Wealdstone
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Eastbourne Borough
Hungerford Town v Woking
Slough Town v Hemel Hempstead
Torquay v Weston-super-Mare
Welling v St Albans City