Sutton United face off against Hemel Hempstead for the second time in eight days tomorrow, marking Non-League Day 2015.
Last Saturday, the two sides fought out a 2-2 draw at Gander Green Lane in Vanarama National League South, but this game will have added spice as they fight for a place in the final FA Cup qualifying round.
They will be expecting a big crowd too for Non-League Day, an annual event that started in 2010 where fans nationwide are encouraged to support non league teams in their area.
In the Ryman Premier League, Kingstonian are at home against mid-table side Billericay Town and will be looking to get back on track after last week’s 3-1 loss to Grays Athletic.
Hampton and Richmond Borough are at home against Hendon while Metropolitan Police are away at Needham Market.
Both sides are after a win after suffering heavy losses last time out. Hampton lost 3-1 at Leiston in the league while the Met were beaten 4-1 by Tooting & Mitcham in the league cup.
In Ryman League Division One South, Corinthian Casuals travel to Sittingbourne while Walton & Hersham are away at Molesey.
The Swans come off the back of beating their derby rivals Walton Casuals 5-1 in the league cup in midweek.
Casuals face Guernsey at home, while Carshalton Athletic, who lost 3-1 to Corinthian Casuals, last week will look to bounce back at Chatham Town.
In the Combined Counties Premier League, Raynes Park Vale will take the confidence of their mid-week 4-2 win away at Chessington & Hook United into a home tie against league leaders Ashford Town.
Colliers Wood United and Sutton Common Rovers play host to Windsor and Chessington & Hook United, in two mid-table clashes.