THE best attack in the UniBond League meets the worst defence on Saturday when freescoring Witton travel to leak-a-lot Stamford.
Albion have scored 47 and Stamford have conceded 44, four of them at Wincham Park in August.
But Witton will be without Mark Peers, arguably the star of the season so far, whose suspension also includes the games at Frickley and at home to Ashton United.
The Stamford game marks the half-way point in Witton’s season.
They are 10 points clear and manager Jim Vice reckons 80 will be enough to win the title.
He said: “Our performance in winning at Worksop was one of our best of the season and we have been beaten just once in 19 games.
“We have got to keep the flow going and put the pressure on Fleetwood and the rest below us.
“We have won nothing yet, but we are half-way there. We have to replicate in the remainder of the season what we have achieved so far.”
Midfielder Neil Wood, absent from the Worksop game because of a family emergency, rejoins the squad.
Winsford United were unfortunate to be stopped by the weather at St Helens from following up their impressive 5-3 win at Witton in the Mid Cheshire Senior Cup in midweek.
They stormed back from being 2-0 and 3-1 down, but their confidence should still be high when they entertain Atherton Collieries on Saturday.
Manager Joe Gibiliru is unlikely to make any team changes for a match that could have its own shoot-out – Blues’ 33 goal trio Les Miranda, Lee Madin and Phil Mason against Danny Stubberfield and Barry Massay, who have 23 between them for Atherton.
On paper it should be a home win, especially after their shock win at Witton, whose manager Jim Vince said: “From our point of view it was my fault. I told the players not to tackle, get injured or sent off.
“But from Winsford’s point of view they were high-energy and got in our faces. They deserve full credit for performing as they did.”