Chester FC entertain Cheltenham Town tonight (7.45pm) with both clubs protecting unbeaten records.
Between them the teams have conceded once in three games and scored six times so goals could be at a premium in this evening's game.
Cheltenham were relegated from the Football League at the end of last season with experienced boss Gary Johnson arriving too late to save them from the drop.
Johnson oversaw a summer clearout and his new-look squad have made a solid if unspectacular start, drawing with Lincoln City and Aldershot Town before beating Southport 3-0 at the weekend.
LOOK: Previous meetings between Chester and Cheltenham
Cheltenham's squad includes Amari Morgan-Smith and Kyle Storer, well known to Chester manager Steve Burr from his time at Kidderminster Harriers.
Ahead of each game this season, The Chronicle will be getting the inside track on the Blues opponents from supporters and journalists who knows them best.
We spoke to James Young from the Gloucestershire Echo to find out more about the Robins:
Gary Johnson rebuilt his squad this summer so it wouldn't have been a surprise had the squad taken a few weeks to settle down. How quickly have the new arrivals gelled and what's the mood in the camp?
Bizarrely things have been quite settled because right from the first game of pre-season the manager effectively said 'this is my starting side' and stuck with that through the friendlies. The team has been unchanged for the first three league games and they've played quite a lot together so the side have settled down quite well considering that everyone of the starting 11 were making the debuts in the first game. Cheltenham are under no illusions that a trip to Chester on a Tuesday night to face a Steve Burr side who haven't conceded a goal is going to be a big challenge.
Kyle Storer is no stranger to Steve Burr or the National League. What sort of impression has he made on Cheltenham fans?
He's done very well but there was probably the least thrill about him when he signed. He's been the cog in the unit if you like over the three games so far. The manager changed his formation slightly against Southport but he's been primarily operating with a diamond with Storer at the base and that allows and the two young lads, Jack Munns and Billy Waters, to get forward and be the more creative midfielders. Kyle has been very respectful about Steve Burr and said he couldn't believe he's not been given an opportunity in the Football League.
Amari Morgan-Smith is another to have worked with the Chester boss and was rumoured as a possible target for the Blues over the summer. How has he looked?
He picked up a knock about a week before the season started and I don't think he was quite fully fit for the first couple of games because he was substituted in both but he has looked good. He lasted the full game at the weekend and scored twice: one was an excellent goal and the other was a header. He was with the manager's son at Oldham Athletic last season and I think that was a factor in him coming to Cheltenham over other options. The manager said on Saturday that if carries on like that then he won't be at this level for too long.
After the disappointment of relegation, what are the club's ambitions for this season?
The expectation from the fans is top-five but the expectation from the club is to go straight back up. The club gets a parachute payment of £300,000 for one season and they're using that to go for promotion in that first year and are really accepting that if it doesn't happen this season then it won't for a while. They've gone over budget to allow the manager to get the players he wants too so it's do or bust to some extent.
Probable starting line-up for Cheltenham Town:
Dillon Phillips, Jack Bartram, Aaron Downes, Danny Parslow, George McLennan, Kyle Storer, Harry Pell, Billy Waters, Jack Munns, Danny Wright, Amari Morgan-Smith. Subs: Calum Kitscha, Asa Hall, Joe Hanks, James Bowen, Josh Cooke.