Non-League preview: Sutton United hope to end poor run and Tooting & Mitcham close on promotion

Sutton United will look to bounce back from Tuesday’s defeat to Forest Green Rovers when they travel to play-off chasing Aldershot Town on Saturday.

Paul Doswell’s side could climb to 13th in the National League with a win at the Recreation Ground, but neither side have won in their past three matches.

United are seeking a league double over their opponents, having beaten them 2-0 in the reverse fixture at Gander Green Lane in November.

In National League South, Hampton & Richmond travel to Poole Town on Saturday before a midweek trip to Whitehawk.

The Beavers sit just one place and five points off the play-offs following a 2-0 win against Hungerford last week.

Kingstonian host Billericay Town in the Ryman Premier League and hope to increase their cushion above the relegation zone.

They beat them 2-0 earlier in the season and will be relying on the firepower of Ryan Moss, who needs just one more goal to reach 20 for the season.

Elsewhere in the league, Met Police travel to fifth place Wingate and Finchley on the back of a poor run of results, having lost their last two.

The Met have already beaten Wingate twice this season, including a feisty 2-1 cup victory that saw their opponents have two players sent off.

In Ryman South, league leaders Tooting & Mitcham entertain Walton Casuals at Imperial Fields hoping to increase their nine-point lead.

The Terrors have won 13 consecutive games in the league and have only lost five, however one of those defeats came at the hands of Casuals in a 4-3 thriller earlier in the campaign.

Casuals sit 10th in the table and will have one eye on a late charge for the play-offs, but they have only won once in their last six and a leaky defence has seen them ship 23 goals in that time.

Just four points separates Corinthian Casuals and Carshalton Athletic, who sit in fourth and fifth place.

Casuals have won their last three games and host sixth placed Hastings, who they beat 4-3 in December.

Meanwhile, Carshalton welcome Three Bridges to the War Memorial Sports Ground, as they look to halt a poor run of form that has seen them winless in their last four games.

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