Different Tales At The Top In The North And South Tonight

By Sam Elliott

Any one of three clubs could top the National League North come 10pm, while in the South one side could scamper off into the distance.

North leaders Tamworth stay put if they defeat Brackley Town at the Lamb - but they know they could have the temperature turned up on them if they don’t.

Second place South Shields are at home to Curzon Ashton with Scunthorpe United also in front of their own fans - the Iron host tricky Southport.

Spennymoor are just five points off top spot and although they can't go higher tonight, a win at Farsley Celtic could bring the top three a little closer.

Chorley supporters are enjoying watching their team lately and travel in confidence as they make the trip to Blyth Spartans.

Two teams who had hoped for better this term meet as Scarborough meet King’s Lynn Town while Boston United will fancy a play-off return if they win at home to Rushall Olympic.

In the National League South, a win for Yeovil Town at Chippenham could see them sit an incredible 11 points clear this evening.

Aveley want to leap-frog Maidstone United after their Monday night win at Chelmsford City - the Essex club go to Tonbridge Angels.

Bath City’s quest to hunt down the leaders takes them to Hemel Hempstead Town. Truro City return to action at Weymouth with both clubs in need of points at the wrong end.

Havant & Waterlooville still have only six of them. Can their recovery begin at Slough Town?

Dover Athletic need to start turning performances into wins, they’re at home to fellow strugglers Eastbourne Borough.

There’s a big play-off clash too as Dartford and Braintree Town collide at Princes Park. Worthing are at Farnborough while Weston-super-Mare and St Albans City both look to pull away from the relegation spots.

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