CHESTER City will be aiming to extend their unbeaten Nationwide Conference run to 19 matches tomorrow, when they entertain Stevenage Borough at the Deva Stadium.
City are four points clear at the top of the table, and will be hoping to record another victory and pull clear of the chasing pack.
The sides drew 0-0 on the opening day of the season, and City boss Mark Wright is aware that the southerners will prove to be awkward opponents.
"They are a big physical side, and can be intimidating," he said.
"However, if we play our normal game and win the personal battles we should be okay."
Chester have virtually a full strength squad to chose from, the only slight doubt surrounds the fitness of defender Jamie Heard, who suffered an ankle injury during last weekend's impressive 3-0 victory at Halifax Town.
Tomorrow's game has been designated as a "flag day" with the most imaginative and original flag designed by supporters winning tickets for an executive box at the Boxing Day game against Leigh RMI.