GUISELEY AFC v ALFRETON TOWN, TUESDAY, MARCH 22nd, 7.45pm
Friday May 13, 2011
ALFRETON Town head to sixth-placed Guiseley AFC on Tuesday evening looking to bounce back from two successive away defeats in Blue Square Bet North.
The West Yorkshire club go into the fixture looking for a first win in seven league games but have drawn their last two.
They have also accrued more points on their travels than at home.
After Droylsden's 1-0 win at Worcester City on Monday night, Steve Kittrick's side are seventh in the table, one point behind the Bloods and eight points behind Solihull Moors who currently occupy the last play-off spot, but both have played three games more than Guiseley.
With that in mind, it is a massive game for both clubs as Guiseley will be looking to get back into the play-off fray as soon as possible after a recent poor run of points while Alfreton need to reignite their title bid.
Home wins have been recorded by Guiseley over Hinckley United (3-2), Harrogate Town (1-0), Droylsden (2-1), Stalybridge Celtic (3-1), Corby Town (4-0), Redditch United (3-1) and Hyde (1-0).
The Lions have shared the spoils three times at home with a 2-2 draw against Workington and goalless scorelines against both Boston United and Blyth Spartans.
Defeats on home soil have been suffered four times against Worcester City (0-1), AFC Telford United (0-3), Vauxhall Motors (1-2) and Nuneaton Town (1-2).
Top scorer in the league for Guiseley is James Walshaw with 17 whilst former Altrincham pair Warren Peyton and Joe O'Neill have both hit five each.
Reds manager Nicky Law is again without the services of Liam Hearn due to a minor hamstring strain but welcomes back son Josh and should have striker Anthony Wilson available again after injury.
Kick-off at Nethermoor is 7.45pm.
LAST TEN LEAGUE GAMES FORM BOOK, latest result first
Guiseley AFC: D D L L L D W D D W
Alfreton Town: L L W W W W L W D WResult for Monday, March 21
Worcester City 0, Droylsden 1