With another midweek programme on the horizon, part one has thrown up some juicy meetings as well as emotional reunions.
The question on everyone’s lips is if there is any stopping Chesterfield.
At this rate, they’ll break the 120-point barrier but the Spireites’ rivals will be hoping Southend United can have a say and stop them in their tracks.
It’s live on TNT Sports, kicking off just like the others at 3pm, and Roots Hall will be rocking as Kevin Maher’s men try to put pressure on the promotion positions.
Woking begin life without Darren Sarll with a home game against Oldham Athletic, who have conceded the fist goal in each of their past four matches - something Micky Mellon says much stop.
Defeat against Oxford United nailed the Cards boss’ coffin. They face Ebbsfleet United, whose form is equally as concerning despite a late point at Hartlepool, who badly need a win at York City as John Askey goes back to his old club.
Altrincham are second in the form guide with six wins from eight but Eastleigh on their day are one of the division’s most lethal sides, winning five from six in front of their home fans.
Solihull Moors are up to third and Andy Whing wants to see how good his side can be in the build up to Christmas. They host Maidenhead United on Saturday.
Kidderminster Harriers have slipped to the bottom of the table and Russ Penn knows the importance on their home game with Dagenham & Redbridge.
FC Halifax Town are now just outside the play-off places but want their spot back - they are at home to Wealdstone, who are only six points shy themselves.
Gateshead occupy seventh spot and their newly found confidence will really be tested when they travel to title chasing Barnet.
Dorking Wanderers and Boreham Wood won’t be happy with where they’re currently sitting in the table. They meet looking to get their season going.
Not many people will give AFC Fylde too much hope at Bromley - they’ve won their last eight National League matches at Hayes Lane.