Moors have the chance to move into the play-off places and level on points with opponents Altrincham on Tuesday evening.
The two previously scheduled fixtures between the sides at The Brewery Field were postponed to due The Robins’ FA Cup commitments in November and a failed pitch inspection last month.
It means it will be the first meeting between the two play-off chasers since February 2019, when goals from Mark Anderson and Rob Ramshaw secured a 2-0 win at The J.Davidson Stadium.
Both sides head into the fixture on the back of draws at home – Moors registering a goalless stalemate with Brackley and Alty sharing the spoils with Kettering Town. Gateshead were the big winners on Saturday as they were the only side of the eight battling it out for the three play-off spots below Chester to win.
Altrincham’s form since a surprise 2-0 loss at Bradford (PA) in early December has been impeccable, with The Robins losing just one of their last 13 league fixtures, inflicted upon them by a resurgent Heed outfit.
With a tricky trip to Southport on the horizon at the weekend, Moors’ only game in hand could prove pivotal in an engrossing tussle for a place in the top seven.
After limping off in the first half against Brackley, Jamie Chandler’s inclusion in the squad could be in doubt, meaning Shane Henry is likely to start after beginning Saturday afternoon on the bench.