Sutton United will be looking to extend their unbeaten league run to 13 games when they face Margate tomorrow.
United sit third place in National League South, 12 points behind leaders Ebbsfleet United with two games in hand, and two behind second-placed Maidstone United.
Paul Doswell’s side go into the match against the seventh-placed side boosted by new signing Ryan Burge.
The ex-Port Vale and Newport County player has joined until the end of next season, but needs international clearance from the Welsh FA before he can play.
United have also reached the last four of the Surrey Senior Cup after Sam Doswell’s goal saw off Knaphill 1-0 in a scrappy game in midweek.
Hampton & Richmond travel to Tonbridge Angels in the Ryman Premier Division with a run of six league games unbeaten behind them.
The league leaders will be looking to continue their impressive form this week that saw them thrash Needham Market 5-0 last Saturday and VCD Athletic 4-0 on Tuesday.
In the same league, Kingstonian will look to bounce back from their first league loss since defeat to Hampton on January 9 when they travel to Needham Market.
Kingstonian lost 3-1 to Tonbridge Angels in their last outing and now find themselves five points adrift of the play-offs.
Mid-table Met Police play Grays Athletic, who are unbeaten in five league games, looking for their first league win in three games.
In Division One South, struggling Walton & Hersham play Hythe, while in the same league Tooting & Mitcham take on Sittingbourne.
Seventh-placed Corinthian Casuals will be hoping to push up the league when they play mid-table South Park after their impressive win over Herne Bay.
Carshalton Athletic, in 12th, play Ramsgate, while Walton Casuals take on East Grinstead Town.
In the Combined Counties Premier League, Colliers Wood United take on Sutton Common Rovers in a south London derby.
Raynes Park Vale travel to Badshot Lea hoping to get back to winning ways after a first loss in four games last time out.