Chester FC return to National League action on Saturday when they welcome struggling Torquay United to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium (3pm).
Both sides enjoyed morale-boosting FA Trophy successes during the past seven days, although Kevin Nicholson's Gulls side did need a replay to find their way past Southern League Premier Division side Chesham United.
Despite languishing in 22nd place in the league and seven points off safety, the Gulls, who have been dogged by off field problems this season, do possess some key players in their arsenal. Here's three of them...
Westminster-born Fisher has been an impressive addition for Devon club this season since joining from Mansfield Town.
Despite having to contend with injury problems during this campaign, the 6ft 3ins striker has found the target five times so far and has built up a strong partnership with on-loan West Brom striker Andre Wright.
A dominant physical presence in attack, Fisher is equally as handy in the air as he is with his feet and will provide a stern examination for the Blues back line, which is likely to be the duo of Ian Sharps ans Ben Heneghan following their clean sheet against AFC Telford United last weekend.
Fisher has had a varied playing career thus far, taking in spells in Spain with Jerez Industrial, Italy with Monza and Belgium with Tienen, Mechelen and Heist, having started his career at Oxford United.
The 21-year-old Zimbabwean winger joined the Gulls in the summer on a free transfer from Reading having come through their academy but failed to make the grade with the Royals.
The pacy wide man, who began his career as a junior at Manchester United, has made 15 appearances so far this season and has established himself in the starting line-up in recent weeks.
While not always consistent, on his day Murombedzi is a real handful at National League level and relishes running at full-backs with his pace and trickery, something that the Blues defence will have to take into account if they are to nullify the threat he poses.
The dependable 23-year-old has been captaining the Gulls this season and is one of their most prized assets.
Signed from Salisbury City in 2014, MacDonald, a former England under-16, U19 and C international has been a stalwart at the heart of the Torquay defence and has proven himself to be a standout performer this season in what has been an otherwise disappointing campaign.
Rarely prone to slip-ups, MacDonald will the man to marshal the Gulls back line and his battle with Danny Hattersley will be key.
If Hattersley can get the better of MacDonald and use his physical presence to win his aerial duels and hold the ball up for Ross Hannah, the Blues have a good chance of some success.