After recording their biggest away victory of the season with a 4-0 win at Braintree, Town welcome Maidenhead United to The CNG Stadium on Saturday.
Town have lost just twice in their last eight games, with the North Yorkshire side winning three of the last four fixtures.
Simon Weaver’s side have scored in each of their last 11 home matches and remain the top scorers in the National League with 68.
Following Tuesday night’s matches, Town sit seventh on 63 points, one point behind Eastleigh in sixth place and ten points off league leaders Leyton Orient with a game in hand.
Saturday’s opponents Maidenhead are in their second successive season in the fifth tier of English football having won the National League South in 2016/17; earning 98 points along the way.
In the opposition technical area will be Alan Devonshire, who is in his second spell in charge of The Magpies having re-joined the club in 201; guiding his side to 12th
place in 2017/18, Maidenhead’s first season in The National League.
Devonshire was previously in charge at Braintree as they also ventured into the National League for the first time and reached the Play-Off Semi-Final at one stage.
The Magpies currently lie 16th
, six points from safety, with an impressive win over Sutton coming before their most recent outing ended in a 3-0 defeat at Ebbsfleet.
Maidenhead’s Montserrat international Adrian Clifton has found the back of the net 12 times already this campaign and will be looking to extend his tally as The Magpies look to take a step closer to safety.
Leading the goal scoring charts for Town this season is Jack Muldoon with 15 goals, already beating his total for AFC Fylde last season.
Preview by Isaac Martin