MATCH PREVIEW: Macc Town v Eastleigh (Sat, 3pm)
WITH three wins, newly-promoted Eastleigh occupy fourth place ahead of their visit to the Moss Rose.
THEY recovered from Saturday’s slip-up at Dover to beat Welling 3-1 on Monday.
THE Spitfires missed out in the Conference South play-offs in 2013 but won the league title last season by five points ahead of Sutton.
THEIR promotion means they’re competing in the Conference for the first time.
MANY point to the last couple of years’ investment, reportedly a seven-figure sum by chairman Stewart Donald, as key to their recent success.
MANAGER Richard Hill has been able to bring in former Wimble- don forward Jack Midson and England C international James Constable.
THOSE two, and former Dagenham striker Ben Strevens, have two goals each.
SHOULD that strike force falter, Hill also has former Yeovil and Oxford forward Yemi Odubade to call upon.
CRAIG Stanley, who has plenty of league experience has been added to the midfield. He signed up this summer, following his release from Aldershot.