Non-League preview: Sutton United want to turn draws into wins and Met Police in basement battle

Sutton United travel to bottom club North Ferriby United in the National League tomorrow hoping to start turning draws into wins.

Last weekend’s 0-0 stalemate against Barrow means United have now drawn their past four league games – although they are unbeaten in seven in league and FA Cup.

North Ferriby on the other hand haven’t won since September 13 – a run that included nine straight defeats – and Sutton will be hopeful of three points that could take them into the top half.

In National League South, Hampton & Richmond host Welling United following their 2-2 draw with fellow play-off contenders Chelmsford City last weekend.

The Beavers are fifth but just three points separates them and second placed St Albans City.

Kingstonian return to Ryman Premier action this weekend after their FA Trophy victory against Tonbridge Angels.

Ks are 11th but a trip to 21st-placed Harrow Borough represents an opportunity for three points that could see them rise to fifth.

Metropolitan Police are involved in a crucial bottom-of-the-table clash with Grays Athletic.

Both sides prop up the table with the Met Police having won just three league games all season and Grays two.

In Ryman League South, Tooting & Mitcham have an excellent chance to continue their superb form against bottom side Godalming Town.

The Terrors have won their past five in the league, including an impressive 7-0 win against Chipstead last weekend, and a 4-1 midweek win against East Grinstead Town.

Corinthian Casuals, in eighth, take on Horsham but have won just one game in their last five and will look to bounce back from last week’s 1-0 defeat to leaders Dorking Wanderers.

Walton Casuals face a tough trip to Herne Bay who are on a run of four league wins in a row.

Casuals enjoyed a 3-1 win against Hythe Town last time out and will look to build on that victory as they go in search of their ninth win of the season.


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