By Matt Bishop
High-flying Sittingbourne welcome fellow promotion chasers Cray Wanderers to the TEC Stadium tonight, hoping to improve on a frustrating weekend and hunt down leaders Lewes.
With the Sussex pacesetters not in action, following their 8-1 hammering of Herne Bay, Sittingbourne will be desperate to claim three points after they could only draw 1-1 with Chipstead on Saturday.
However, Cray Wanderers are just two points behind the Brickies and a win, after their late victory at Thamesmead, would take them above Nick Davis’ side and into the automatic promotion spots.
Phoenix Sports will be hoping to ignite their play-off hopes when they play struggling Ashford United tonight.
The Sports are seven points off the top six, but are looking up after thumping Ramsgate 4-0 on Saturday afternoon, and will hope to build on that victory against an Ashford side who have won just twice all term.
Thamesmead Town make the trip to the south coast to play Hastings United this evening, with both clubs toiling in mid-table and hoping to build some momentum.
The Arrows slumped to a 3-2 defeat at Corinthian-Casuals on Saturday, despite taking the lead twice against the team in third, and will take heart from their performance.
Thamesmead also battled well against impressive opposition, with a stoppage time goal the only difference between them and Cray, so both teams will want to build on their weekend performances.
Further down the table, Ramsgate host VCD Athletic, with both sides struggling and hoping to drag themselves clear of the dropzone.
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