Just in case anyone forgot theres a game tonight... Good luck to the lads.
From The Guardian:
Fleetwood v Witton: preview
By Andrew Simpson
Fleetwood Town v Witton Albion (ko 7.45pm)
Previous meeting: Fleetwood 2 Witton 0
Fleetwood: Hurst (GK), Hale (GK), Michael Brown, Peatfield, Moran, Mercer, Heffernan, Reid, Pond, Walmsley, Donnelly, Allen, Denney, Taylor, Foster, Milligan, Saunders
Form guide: D W L W W W
Top scorer: Jamie Milligan (9)
Witton (from): Kennedy (GK), Coo, Spearritt, Pritchard, Barras, Kearney, Brownhill, Dillon, MacPherson, Craven, Lloyd, Peers, Crowe, Warlow, Thornley
Injured: Alex Brown (knee), Royle (ankle)
Form guide: W W W D W W
Top scorer: Adam Warlow (9)
Witton boss Jim Vince has played down the importance of tonight's top of the table clash.
"Saturday's (FA Trophy) game is a bigger one for the club," he said.
"We need to make sure we progress to make the club some money."
That's not so say he isn't after three points at Highbury though.
"We want to win but at the very least I want to come home with something from the game," he added.
"We've shouldn't fear anybody the way we're playing right now."
His team did lost twice at Fleetwood last term, 2-0 in the league and a single goal reverse in the UniBond Challenge Cup.
Vince will be without long-term absentees Alex Brown (knee) and Chris Royle (ankle) but can call on the rest of his first team squad.
Only Marine and Albion themselves have a better form guide than Fleetwood, who have picked up 13 points from their past six league matches. They had a wobble at the weekend, rescuing a point from 3-1 down at Ilkeston.
The hardest part about moving on is learning not to look back!!