It's top versus bottom in the Blue Square Bet South this weekend as league-leaders Woking travel to bottom-side Thurrock.
The Cards, on 52 points, are undefeated in 14 matches leading up to this Saturday's round of fixtures and face a side that have accumulated just 12 points all season.
The Fleet's last clash ended in a 3-2 defeat to Eastleigh while Woking were 3-2 winners away to Dartford.
Second-placed Welling will be looking to close the gap at the top though, some nine points adrift of first place, away to fifth-placed Sutton United.
The Wings have a sizable lead on the chasing play-off sides that include Dartford, Chelmsford and Sutton.
While the Darts, who have won one, lost one, and drawn one of their last three matches, face seventh-placed Dorchester, Chelmsford, on the back of 13 matches without loss, face eighth-placed Basingstoke - making for a very interesting set of games in an around the play-off places.
Moving down the table, and ninth-placed Weston-super-Mare will be aiming to make it five games without loss when they travel to an Eastbourne Borough side hoping to improve their run of form that has seen them record just one win since October.
Boreham Wood on 28 points, in tenth, take on Eastleigh, who in 12 place have just a point less. The Wood picked up maximum points in six successive matches before losing 2-0 to Welling and drawing 1-1 with Basingstoke, while their opponents this weekend survived a late scare against Thurrock last weekend to emerge as 3-2 winners after a 1-0 loss to Woking.
11-placed Tonbridge Angels could move as high as sixth with a result over 16th-placed Havant and Waterlooville, if other results go their way, however, their last win was four matches ago and they face a side with a penchant for holding teams - following three successive draws.
It's a similar story for 13th-placed Truro City, who could shoot up the league if they manage to overcome 20th-placed Hampton & Richmond. The White Tigers have struggled for consistency but if recent results are anything to by, they are a shoe-in for all three points as in their last six matches, the Beavers have always followed up a win with a loss - and last weekend defeated Bromley 2-1.
15th-placed Salisbury, meanwhile, host 19th-placed Maidenhead United while Farnborough welcome the 18th-placed Ravens to Rushmoor Stadium.
The Whites earned a vital three points in a 2-0 win over Tonbridge on Saturday after five straight defeats where the Magpies have had no such turn in fortune as they come in this weekend's action on a seven game losing streak.
Boro put an end to a seven game losing run with two wins and a draw in their last three matches whereas Bromley managed just a point from their last seven encounters.
And finally, Staines Town have a tricky task of overcoming sixth-placed Dover in their bid to escape the relegation zone. On 14 points from 19 games, the Swans are fighting a losing battle where even three points won't see them move out of the bottom three.
Dover have aspirations of a play-off place and on 31 points, will need to pick up a result to see off the challenge of Dorchester and Basingstoke and keep up the pressure on Chelmsford and Sutton.
Basingstoke v Chelmsford, 15:00
Dartford v Dorchester, 15:00
Eastbourne Boro v Weston-S-Mare, 15:00
Eastleigh v Boreham Wood, 15:00
Farnborough v Bromley, 15:00
Salisbury v Maidenhead Utd, 15:00
Staines Town v Dover, 15:00
Sutton Utd v Welling, 15:00
Thurrock v Woking, 15:00
Tonbridge Angels v Havant and Waterlooville, 15:00
Truro City v Hampton & Richmond, 15:00
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