Here We Go Again! Here's What Ahead On Saturday

By Sam Elliott

Matchday 15 is upon us already but with the focus soon to shift to the FA Cup, the pressure is on to keep the points coming.

Next weekend sees the fourth qualifying round take centre stage but before all that we’ve got another sensational National League offering - and it ends with more live action!

TNT Sports will witness a little bit of history when their cameras roll into Meadowbank. It will be the first time Dorking Wanderers have ever been on TV, and they will really want to put on a show!

But Barnet are very much in the hunt for the title and the Bees have won their last three games while showing the spirit needed by grinding out results.

Altrincham have gone one better and have won their last four. This weekend they go to Gateshead, who have already struck 34 goals this term.

Leaders Chesterfield want to keep their noses in front and go to a Boreham Wood side buoyed by Wednesday’s important win over Hartlepool United, who want to bounce back by beating Eastleigh.

It’s still too early to be throwing around phrases like ‘six pointer’ but bottom side AFC Fylde host 22nd place Oxford City at Mill Farm - and it’s a game neither side will want to lose.

Kidderminster Harriers’ season has new life after they finally won in midweek but can they follow it up by defeating Wealdstone? Bromley’s brilliant unbeaten run was ended at Chesterfield and now they go to York City, who love a late, late winner under Neal Ardley.

The only side yet to lose are Solihull Moors and Aldershot Town see no reason why they can't be the ones to finally topple them when they visit the ARMCO Arena this weekend.

Woking have had a horror show late in on in recent home matches, letting in winning goals late into time added on against York and FC Halifax. This time it’s Southend and they’ll have to be on their guard with a large travelling support expected.

The Shaymen - fresh from that stunning late victory - are on the road south again and go to Ebbsfleet United, who have lost three from four.

Maidenhead United haven’t won a game since mid-August, but there’s signs things are on the up with two excellent recent points earned against Oldham and Chesterfield. Can they grab an elusive win against Rochdale?

The Latics would have been frustrated by their comeback but can put that right by beating Dagenham & Redbridge.

Where next?

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