Altrincham's quest for survival goes down to the last day of the campaign when already-relegated Eastbourne Borough visit Moss Lane on Saturday.
The Robins need to win, whilst they would also need Southport and Kettering to suffer defeats, to stand a chance of making a miraculous escape from the clutches of relegation.
Robins boss Ken McKenna has serious doubts over the availability of goalkeeper Stuart Coburn and midfielder Steve Connors.
Looking ahead to Saturday's clash, Altrincham chairman Grahame Rowley has called on the club's supporters to turn out in their numbers.
He told the club's official website: "Now it's down to the last day, and while it's not ideal having to rely on others, we can only concentrate on ourselves and making sure we put in a good performance against Eastbourne.
"We have to do that, because Eastbourne are going to be tough opponents, as they showed by beating Bath 2-0 on Monday.
"But we've been under pressure since the day I took over. We had one point and were well adrift at the bottom, and there hasn't been a single moment since when we were not under pressure to try and close the gap on teams above us. Every minute of every game has really mattered, and we've had to work really hard for every little scrap.
"It will be no different on Saturday. Even at Grimsby on Monday, we went into the game knowing that anything less than a win would relegate us, so we have to take the same attitude into Saturday. We've got to give it everything and hope for a bit of luck elsewhere."
Eastbourne manager Garry Wilson is boosted by the return of defender Darren Baker following a one-match suspension.
However, defender Matt Langston (knee) and striker Ross Treleavon (hamstring) are expected to miss out again.
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