MACCLESFIELD TOWN make the trip across the border to face Wrexham at The Racecourse Ground tonight (KO, 19:45).
Both teams will go into the match looking to improve on their current poor form, The Silkmen currently sit 19th in the form table, having secured just five point from their last six games.
Wrexham do not fare much better, currently sitting 17th in the form guide, with just one more point from their last six games.
Should The Silkmen win they will stay in the the top half of the table, and could move as high as seventh.
Meanwhile If The Dragons get their second home win in a row, they will move potentially as high as 13th.
If recent encounters between the two are anything to go by, then goals will be expected, both teams have scored 25 goals between them in their last seven games; with Macclesfield leading the aggregate 13-12.
Travelling fans will be expecting a contribution from star man Danny Rowe, who scored the equaliser in clinical style in their last league game against Gateshead.
The Winger is a crucial part of The Silkmen’s style of play, being competent on the right and the left, he is currently their joint top scoring midfielder with five so far this season.
Wrexham meanwhile will be hoping for a strong debut from On-loan striker Rekeil Pyke.
The Huddersfield Town striker has joined the club for a month as they look to add goals that have been lacking in recent weeks
Manager Dean Keates described him as having pace and power, although admitted that he’s at the club to gain experience.
Wrexham have struggled to find a cutting edge going forward, having been overly reliant on midfielder Josh Rooney to get the goals.
Shaun Harrad and Chris Dunn are also both available for Wrexham, after missing out in Lincoln.
It's Match Day!
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