The weekend kicks off at the Proact Stadium with Chesterfield looking to inflict a third-straight away defeat on Sutton United in front of the BT Sport cameras.
Away from the BT Sport spotlight, Solihull Moors could return to the top of the table with a win at FC Halifax.
Tim Flowers’ side head to West Yorkshire in good form having tasted defeat just once in their last seven outings.
Defeat for the Moors could open the door for Wrexham who could jump back into pole position if they return from Hartlepool with the spoils.
Barnet’s dreadful away form will be music to the ears of Salford City who seem to be getting back into their stride at the Peninsula just at the right time.
The Ammies can really step on in the title race with three points against the Bees.
With the sides around them out of action, three points for Aldershot against Boreham Wood could prove priceless.
Braintree sprung a surprise last time they faced Bromley earlier in the season.
The Ravens haven’t won at Cressing Road since 2010 and head to Essex looking for their first win in five.
Ian Evatt has set sights high for his Barrow side after taking maximum points from their last three games.
They’ll have to be at their best against a stingy Harrogate side who can already smell the play-offs.
Ebbsfleet will feel better about themselves coming into the Kent derby with Maidstone.
Garry Hill’s men have won their last two and make the short trip to face a Stones side who have won just once since mid-February.
Saturday's National League fixtures:
Chesterfield v Sutton United (12.30)
Barrow v Harrogate Town
Boreham Wood v Aldershot
Braintree Town v Bromley
FC Halifax v Solihull Moors
Hartlepool United v Wrexham
Maidstone v Ebbsfleet
Salford City v Barnet
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