Rivals take bids on road
Ryman Premier Division
Horsham v Hornchurch (3pm)
Urchins fell further off the play-off pace after being held to a 2-2 draw at Margate last weekend.
Kieron St Aimie netted for the third time in four games and Martin Tuohy was also on target in Kent for Jimmy McFarlane’s men.
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But they were left three points off the top five, with only six games remaining and have won only one of their last five matches, taking just five points from a possible 15.
Horsham are not out of trouble at the other end of the table just yet and won 2-0 when the sides met at Bridge Avenue in January.
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Urchins will be out for revenge in Sussex, but will be without the departed St Aimie and another loss will leave them with a mountain to climb.
Ryman Division 1N
Needham Market v Romford (3pm)
Romford saw their four-game unbeaten run come to an end at Harlow last weekend.
Alex Read and Andy Edmunds limped off inside 15 minutes as Boro crashed to a 4-1 defeat and both are doubts for the trip to Suffolk.
Boro, who have matched last season’s 52-point haul, were beaten 3-1 when the two sides met at Mill Field in January, but manager Paul Martin, who was hoping to shake off a bout of flu in midweek, is confident of his side springing a surprise in the return as they look to keep their play-off hopes alive.