After the top three were all defeated on Saturday, what will the next round of fixture bring?
Chesterfield could hit the 50 points mark as well as score their 50th goal as the leaders look to get back on track at Woking.
They get the chance to stretch their legs at the top with Barnet not in action against Oldham Athletic until Wednesday night.
Solihull Moors lost third place at the weekend but want to reclaim in but it won’t be easy against a Gateshead side fresh from victory at Hive.
Bromley overtook them and can clinch an incredible ninth home win in a row against Aldershot Town. Will Michael Cheek, pictured, score again against the Shots?
It’s an important night at the bottom end too - Kidderminster Harriers need results and fast, they want to climb off the foot of the table when they host Hartlepool.
John Askey’s return to York City on Saturday with Pools left the Minstermen back in the bottom four - can they climb out again Oxford City, who have found their feet again after a tough few weeks.
Second bottom AFC Fylde face a tough ask at FC Halifax while Ebbsfleet United - whose form has fallen off the cliff since their good start - must get their season going at home to Maidenhead United.
There’s three big play-off points on offer as Rochdale face Altrincham as Eastleigh’s top seven bid will be boosted massively if they can get another win against Boreham Wood.