What a weekend we’ve got in store – here’s your bumper LV BET guide to all of Saturday’s action in Vanarama National League North
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The fans are coming back to many grounds and but who will be celebrating in front of their heroes for the first time since March?
In the National League North, teams at the very top are taking a well-earned rest.
All three failed to win on Tuesday night, demonstrating just how tough the league is to call this season. The chasing pack have an opportunity to turn up the heat as the the sides at the summit put their feet up.
Ex-EFL clubs York City and Chester cross swords and both need a win.
Two very in-form sides meet in the National League South as free-scoring Hampton welcome St Albans City- but the brilliant travelling Beavers may prefer to be on the road!
Leaders Dartford visit Eastbourne- Darts manager Steve King has a ten minute walk, he lives in the Sussex town!
York City vs Chester
Last time out: Blyth Spartans (A) 3-0
Did you know? There won’t be fans allowed into this one as York look to make up for lost time having played just six times so far.
Last time out: Alfreton (H) 3-0
Did you know? Chester haven’t won in four away from home but have scored in every game on their travels.
Leamington vs Gateshead
Last time out: Brackley Town (H) 1-1
Did you know? Leamington are currently second in the six-game National League North form guide.
Last time out: Chester (A) 2-1
Did you know? This is the battle of the top two form teams in the league – Gateshead have won four from five.
Boston United vs Chorley
Last time out: Gloucester City (A) 1-1
Did you know? The Pilgrims unveil their new Community Stadium in this early December clash.
Last time out: Curzon Ashton (A) 1-1
Did you know? Chorley are unbeaten in five away from home – including two amazing FA Cup triumphs.
Farsley Celtic vs AFC Telford United
Last time out: Southport (A) 1-0
Did you know? Celtic have just one defeat in eight and are only out of the play-off places on goal difference.
AFC Telford United
Last time out: Guiseley (H) 2-0
Did you know? The Bucks are the only side in the top four playing this weekend – and they want to take advantage!
Guiseley vs Brackley Town
Last time out: Spennymoor (A) 2-0
Did you know? Guiseley have lost three back-to-back home games – and need to put that right on Saturday.
Last time out: Leamington (A) 1-1
Did you know? Brackley may be third from bottom but have only lost one of their last seven league games.