Chester FC v Sutton United.
When and where?
Saturday, August 27 (3pm) at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium.
Any team news?
Ross Killock could be in line for a place on the bench after he came through 45 minutes of a behind-closed-doors friendly against Port Vale on Tuesday.
Killock, 22, hasn't featured yet for the Blues this season following his summer move from Leeds United after being sidelined with a calf injury.
"It seems to have settled down quite nicely now and I felt fine the other day in the game and have felt fine in training so fingers crossed that is the end of it," said Killock.
Captain Luke George, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, also completed 45 minutes against the Valiants and is expected to be up for consideration for Saturday.
James Alabi serves the final game of his three-match ban following his red card against Maidstone United earlier in the month while Oluwaseun Akintunde is likely to miss out after suffering a grade one hamstring injury in the warm up prior to the Boreham Wood game.
Tell me about Sutton United...
Paul Doswell's side currently sit third in the National League after a fine start to life in non-league football's top tier following their title-winning exploits in the National League South last season.
The U's made it three wins in a row at the weekend when goals from Ross Stearn and Bedsente Gomis earned them a 2-0 success against Macclesfield Town at Gander Green Lane.
Doswell this week stated his belief that his side aren't afforded enough respect from their National League rivals, claiming that many believe his side to be no more than a 'pub team'.
“We will go up to Chester on Saturday morning by first class on Virgin trains with the hashtag #justapubteam,” he told the Sutton Guardian.
“That’s what most teams’ supporters are calling us – just a pub team from Sutton – and we’re laughing about it.
“They’ve said we have a sh*t ground, sh*t players, sh*t facilities and sh*t food – then we beat them and we’re enjoying every minute.”
What has Jon McCarthy had to say about it?
They are one of those teams that are coming through with good resources and able to make an impact," said the Blues boss.
"Gone are those days when we dream of four teams coming up who are going to try and find their feet, yo-yo clubs, it just doesn't happen like that now. It makes our league really competitive and difficult.
"I think if our players get themselves right then we can beat anybody. We will watch them and respect them. They have got some very good players and haven't lost for a long time, but that is what we have to deal with."
What are the match odds?
Bet365: Chester 19/10, Sutton 13/10, Draw 5/2.
SkyBet: Chester 9/5, Sutton 13/10, Draw 23/10.
BetFred: Chester 9/5, Sutton 7/5, Draw 23/10.
SportingBet: Chester 13/8, Sutton 13/10, Draw 9/4.
StanJames.com: Chester 9/5, Sutton 7/5, Draw 23/10.
What is the weather expected to be like?
Cloudy and overcast all afternoon with a chance of showers with temperatures of around 19ºC.