Macclesfield v Woking (Saturday, 3pm)
WOKING are currently third in the National League table, having taken 16 points from their seven matches.
THEY are unbeaten since suffering defeat against Tranmere on the opening day of the campaign, with the team picking up a 2-0 victory over Welling in their last match.
WOKING have conceded just four goals so far this season, giving them the joint-second best defensive record in the league.
THEY have been managed by Garry Hill since 2011, with the boss previously being at the helm of Dagenham & Redbridge and Rushden & Diamonds.
HILL’S side finished seventh in the National League last season, two points and one place behind Macclesfield.
THEY have played at the 6,036 capacity Laithwaite Community Stadium since 1922, with 2,500 of those being seated.
THE Silkmen picked up a 2-1 victory when they hosted Woking in this fixture last season, with Paul Turning scoring a 90th minute winner to give his side the victory.
WOKING midfielder Keiran Murtagh spent a season with Macclesfield from 2012 to 2013, making 39 appearances and scoring two goals before he left for Mansfield Town.