All four of the Greater Manchester teams are not setting the National League North alight so far this season, and all will be desperate for the win to kick-start their season.
Ashton United have been the draw specialist so far this season, whilst only winning once against rivals FC United.
Ashton travel to Telford Utd, who haven’t tasted defeat this campaign and sit third in the National League North. This will be a good test for the Robins who haven’t been shy in front of goal themselves – it all aims towards a great game of football.
Curzon Ashton host Nuneaton, who are rock bottom of the league and without a win at all this season.
The Nash will also be looking to get the first home win under their belts, after their two wins coming away from home.
Following defeat in the last outing, Curzon can have no better chance to get back on track.
Stockport County have faced back-to-back defeats in the last two matches and come up against fifth-place Leamington who are three games unbeaten currently.
With County in mid-table after seven games, the indifferent form could be something the Edgeley Park faithful may have to get used too. Furthermore, Leamington have only one defeat in the league. A tough match awaits for the four-game winless County.
On Sunday, FC United of Manchester host, second-placed Bradford (Park Avenue) which is not the ideal game to go into, following the news this week of manager of Tom Greaves has departed the club.
FC United of Manchester are managerless and with only one win so far this season, it’s starting to look bleak for the Broadhurst outfit. Indeed, caretaker manager Dave Chadwick will want to impress and get FCUM climbing up the table as soon as possible.