Bradford Park Avenue go into a home double-header against Nuneaton Town and Boston United looking to extend their five-match unbeaten run.
Nuneaton are the first visitors to the Horsfall on Saturday just over 48 hours before Boston make the trip on Monday evening.
Avenue go into the game high in confidence after a five-match run that has seen them pick up 11 points, scoring 10 goals and conceding just one.
Striker Adam Boyes added to his already impressive haul for the season in Tuesday’s 3-0 thumping of Gainsborough, his impressive header from just inside the box taking him to five goals in just nine games so far.
Bradford go into the game unbeaten in their last two at home, with both games seeing the hosts keep a clean sheet, while visiting Nuneaton are yet to win away from home this term.
Both their league wins of the campaign so far have come on home turf as Tommy Wright’s side have struggled to get going.
They sit 18th in the early-season league table having taking just eight points from their opening nine games.
However they bring two new signings into the contest at Horsfall, as former Telford defender Joel Dielna is joined through the door by ex-Worcester and York forward Daniel Nti.
Meanwhile talented winger Jordan Nicholson has netted four times so far this term, closely followed by former Grimsby forward Ashley Chambers on three.
Nicholson scored the consolation for Boro as an impressive Avenue took three points from Liberty Way last season, Shane Killock and Oli Johnson on the scoresheet for Mark Bower’s men.
Killock remains sidelined for Bradford, who may have some injury issues going into the match.
Luca Havern is expected to continue to be out with the hamstring strain picked up at Stockport County, while Matt Hill is definitely out after he pulled up early on in Tuesday’s victory at Gainsborough.
Brothers Nicky and Danny Boshell continue to sit out, though both may be close to a return to fitness.
Manager Bower earlier revealed however that Johnson and Nicky Clee were both replaced as a precaution at Northolme and are expected to be in contention for the visit of Nuneaton.
Kick-off at Horsfall Stadium is 3pm, with admission charged at regular league prices (below) and entry granted on a pay-on-the-gate basis.
Recent league form
Bradford Park Avenue
Gainsborough Trinity (A) W 3-0
Stockport County (A) D 0-0
Chorley (H) D 0-0
AFC Telford United (A) W 4-1
FC United of Manchester (H) W 3-0
AFC Telford United (H) L 2-0
Alfreton Town (H) D 2-2
Boston United (A) D 1-1
Leamington (H) W 4-0
York City (A) L 4-3
Last time out
Bradford Park Avenue (vs Gainsborough): Hall, Ross, Hill (Spencer 19), Wroe (c), Knowles, Toulson, Brooksby, Vidal, Boyes, Johnson (Nowakowski 46), Clee (Knight 69)
Nuneaton Town (vs Telford): Lyness, Trotman, Wildin, Beswick (c, Adams 72), Gascoigne, Heaton, Daniels, Elliott, Chambers, Nicholson (Glover 85), Ball (Hickey 72)
Adult – £10
OAP – £7
Student – £5
Under 18 – £2