Two more games have been added to the broadcaster’s bill as things really start to get interesting at both ends of the table.
Boreham Wood are one of the unlikely title contenders but they are thriving in a division littered with huge clubs.
Inspired by outsider champions in the past few years, BT Sport viewers are about to get a close-up look at their challenge.
Wood’s trip to struggling Maidenhead United will come under the microscope on Saturday February 19, kick-off 5.20pm.
It will be a second appearance inside a month for Luke Garrard’s men. They play live against current leaders FC Halifax Town later this month.
One of this season's title hopefuls fall under the camera’s gaze a week later - as do another of the teams who are eyeing-up an EFL place.
Chesterfield have had a sensational 2021, of course earning a third round FA Cup tie at Chelsea on Saturday.
Their attention has never diverted from the battle for promotion, and after missing the chance when their game with Notts County was postponed, they will get another opportunity to impress those watching at home.
James Rowe’s side host Yeovil Town on Saturday February 26, kick-off 5.20pm.
The Glovers are gunning for a play-off place and Darren Sarll knows it's a critical period for his team.
Confirmed Vanarama National League matches on BT Sport (kick-off time):
Saturday January 22 – Dagenham & Redbridge vs Stockport County (5.20pm)
Tuesday January 25 – FC Halifax Town vs Boreham Wood (7.45pm)
Saturday January 29 – Eastleigh vs Chesterfield (5.20pm)
Saturday February 19 - Maidenhead United vs Boreham Wood (5.20pm)
Saturday February 26 - Chesterfield vs Yeovil Town (5.20pm)