Any point on the road at this stage of the season is a point gained.
Chester FC returned from their trip to Guiseley at the weekend with a share of the spoils but were on the wrong end of a couple of suspect decisions from referee Martin Coy.
It is believed Coy admitted to Blues boss Jon McCarthy that he got both his decision to award Guiseley their second-half penalty, from which the would score, and his decision to turn down a penalty shout from Chester after Craig Mahon was felled.
And McCarthy stated afterwards that he may need to change how he operates on the touchline when it comes to referees.
"Their management team did put the officials and the fourth official under a lot of pressure. That's not my style.
"It's doesn't mean my style is right and their style is wrong, going right up the tunnel, but it might be something I have to pretend to do to get on at officials and put it in their minds."
Who scored what?
A pretty mixed bag this weekend by all accounts.
Sports reporter Paul Wheelock rated how the Chester players fared at Nethermoor and his individual scores saw a nine and a five dished out.
Here's how the players rated...
The final point
Seven years ago today, the Blues picked up their final ever point as Chester City FC.
Jim Harvey's young side claimed a surprise 0-0 draw at home to promotion-chasing Luton Town in front of a crowd of 1,352.
It was to prove their last point under their Chester City guise, losing the following four games before coming to a sorry end after Stephen Vaughan's ruinous regime.
Chester FC Youth make the long trip to Hertfordshire on Wednesday evening for their FA Youth Cup third round clash at Broxbourne Borough.
They will be well backed by travelling Blues fans who will board the famed 'Hipkiss Express', and there is still time to reserve a seat.
The cost for the journey is £20 and the coach will be departing at 12.45pm.