Sutton United take on National League leaders Forest Green Rovers at Gander Green Lane tomorrow with a place in the FA Cup first round at stake.
Sutton recorded a much needed 4-1 National League win over Woking last weekend and will need to continue that form against the table toppers, who are unbeaten in six.
United have a special relationship with the FA Cup after their famous 1989 giant-killing victory over Coventry City, when, playing as a non-league team, they knocked out a side from the top tier.
Hampton & Richmond slipped to third place in National League South last weekend after a 2-0 home defeat to Poole Town.
They will be aiming to close a six-point gap to league leaders Maidenhead United when they as travel to 17th-placed Truro City.
Kingstonian will be looking to make it three wins out of three in the Ryman Premier as they travel to Folkestone Invicta, who are without a league win in four matches.
The Ks delivered an eye-catching 3-0 win over AFC Sudbury last Saturday and sit ninth in the league.
Metropolitan Police looked to have put their bad run in the same league behind them last Saturday as they recorded a 2-1 win over Canvey Island following three losses in a row.
But a midweek 2-1 loss at home to Worthing ended that brief spell of good form and the Blues will look to put that right against Lowestoft Town at Imber Court tomorrow.
Tooting & Mitcham will look to take their cup form into the league tomorrow at home to Lewes.
The Terrors beat Norwich United 2-0 in the FA Trophy Preliminary Round last Saturday and will now look to close the gap on top two Dorking and Greenwich in Ryman Division One South.
Fifth-placed Corinthian Casuals are one point behind Tooting and also go into their league match tomorrow with a good cup result last weekend, a 2-1 win over Thamesmead Town.
Faversham Town are the visitors to King George’s Field and the Casuals will look to bounce back from a 1-0 defeat in their previous league match away to Herne Bay.
Teams from south west London occupy three of the top six places in Ryman Division One South as Carshalton Athletic sit directly below Corinthian Casuals in sixth.
They travel to seventh-placed Cray Wanderers tomorrow for the second time in six days after drawing 3-3 in the FA Trophy last Sunday.
Walton Casuals will look to end a four-game winless streak when they take on second-placed Greenwich Borough tomorrow at Church Road.