Macc Town v Welling United (Sat, 3pm) Macc Town v Altrincham (Tue, 7.45pm)
DEFEAT at home to Chester on Saturday means Welling remain in relegation trouble.
WELLING are one of three teams to have eight wins but nine draws keep them in 19th, ahead of Southport and Alfreton.
JAKE Gallagher was sent off in the loss to Chester, their fourth league defeat in a row.
THEY’RE also without a win in six.
MACC struggled against the size of Welling, especially in defending set-pieces, but brought back a point from a goalless draw in November.
WINGS manager Jody Brown has added to his squad, signing veteran midfielder Karl Duguid and Anthony Jeffrey, a striker who spent more than a decade as an Arsenal youngster.
THE 2012/13 Conference South winners finished 16th last season, their first in the fifth tier for 13 years.
BUT they parted company with Jamie Day in December. After a caretaker stint by Gallagher and Jamie Turner, former Grays boss Brown took over.
LAST season Macc won this fixture 2-1 but were defeated on their away trip to Welling.
DESPITE playing on loan at Peterborough since November 11-goal midfielder Harry Beautyman is still far and away their leading scorer.
TUESDAY brings Macc’s chance to get one back at Altrincham after suffering two 1-0 defeats at Moss Lane.
LAST year’s play-off winners ended 2014 in 19th but have started to climb the table this year.
ALTY knocked Macc out of the FA Trophy in December, a win that followed a league success in September, the first league derby in 17 years.
THE Robins were denied a chance to make it four straight wins on Saturday, as their home game against Aldershot was postponed.
AHEAD of their trip to Dover on Saturday, Lee Sinnott’s men sit 15th in the table.
THEIR FA Trophy hopes were dashed with a defeat at Bath last month. They’d seen off Macc and Kidderminster in the earlier rounds.
DAMIAN Reeves, who scored the only goal of the FA Trophy defeat to Alty, is their leading scorer with 14 in the league.